ArtCenter Graduate Art MFA program's free Zoom lecture series kicks off with Nan Goldin
The ArtCenter Graduate Art MFA program has announced its Spring 2021 lecture series, organized by Jack Bankowsky. All Lectures are free, open to the public, and will take place via Zoom. Lectures begin at 4:30 pm PST except where noted.
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January 19 Nan Goldin in conversation with David Velasco
January 26 Thomas Eggerer
February 5 Jan Tumlir presents Lucy McKenzie*
February 9 Jason Farago
February 19 Cecilia Pavón*
February 23 Cameron Rowland
March 5 Quinn Latimer presents Anna Daučíková*
March 9 Wayne Koestenbaum
March 16 Jason Smith presents Molly Nesbit
March 23 Kenneth Tam
March 30 Hannah Black
April 13 Tobi Haslett presents Margo Jefferson
April 20 Wade Guyton in conversation with Jack Bankowsky
* This talk will take place on Friday at 10:30 a.m. PST instead of on the usual Tuesday afternoon.
ArtCenter’s Graduate Seminar lecture series is a forum for graduate students, members of the ArtCenter community and the general public to enter into dialogue with internationally recognized artists, critics, and art historians. The seminar—a core component of ArtCenter’s Graduate Art program—takes place most Tuesday afternoons at 4:30 pm throughout the academic year. For updates and additional information, please click here.
Images: Left to right, top: Wade Guyton (Photo: courtesy of the artist); Margo Jefferson (Photo: Mike McGregor and The Guardian); Nan Goldin (Photo: Megan Kapler); Hannah Black (Photo: Courtesy of the artist). Middle: Kenneth Tam (Photo: Christian Carroll); Wayne Koestenbaum (Photo: Ebru Yildiz); Anna Daučíková (Photo: Courtesy of the artist); Quinn Latimer (Photo: Natasha Papadopoulou). Bottom: Tobi Haslett (Photo: Courtesy of the writer); Jason Farago (Photo: Ian Epstein); Lucy McKenzie (Photo: Mauricio Guillén); David Velasco (Photo: Marcelo Gomes).