Loretta L. Lange on
Nov 2 1996
This issue lists upcoming events at the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Works/San Jose, Richard Art Center and the San Jose Museum of Art.
San Jose Museum of Art
110 South Market Street
San Jose, CA 95113
- Metamorphoses: Photography in the Electronic Age
- Pixel Perfect: Digital Photography in the Bay Areathrough November 10, 1996
- Art Talk, Media Messages: Art, Society and Cyberspace
October 10, 1996, 6:30 PM
Rebecca Bollinger and Diane Fenster, Bay Area artists represented in Pixel Perfect -- in conversation about their work with digital media.
Richmond Art Center
Civic Center Plaza
2540 VBarrett Avenue
Richmond, CA 94804
- Artist to Artist open forum discussion
October 10, 1996, 7:30 PM
With Jeff Nathanson, RAC Director, Tom Marioni, artist/former RAC Curator, artists Carlos Villa, Judy Malloy, Sonya Rapoport, Hung Liu, Mike Henderson and other artsits from the Generations exhibiton.
In conjunction with the 60th Annieversay exhibition GENERATIONS,
The Lineage of Influence in Bay Area Art - September 21 - November 16, 1996
260 Jackson Street
San Jose, CA 95112
- Seeking Security: The Human Spirit and the Compulsion to Control
October 8 to November 2, 1996
Opening Reception October 11, 1996, 6 :00 -9:00 PM
Exhibition will feature works in various media by artists exploring the relationship between individuality and the network of social conventionswhich act as attempts to maintain social order.
Forum at The Center for the Arts
Yerba Buena Gardens
San Francisco, CA
- Ted Nelson, hypertext inventor and electronic publishing evangelist,
and author of the cult classic Computer Lib/Dream Machines (1974) October
18, 1996, 8:00 PM
- Laurie Anderson, known for her advocacy of technology in the arts
November 22, 1996, 8:00 PM
Part of the Multimedia Pioneers Lecture Series, San Francisco State University's
Multimedia Studies Program in Association with SFMOMA and Wired (For info: 415-904-7740)
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Phyllis Wattis Theater
- Alan Kay, legendary designer of the first PC with a graphical interface
November 7, 1996 7:00 PM.
- Discussion with Rebecca Bollinger, Jim Campbell, Paul DeMarinis and Carol Selter, winners of first SECA Art Award in Electronic Media November 14, 1996
Sponsored by Center for Digital Media, The Art Institute, details -- 415-357-4000
On the Internet
Virtual conference on the Internet held by experimental meda arts advocacy group, X-Factor, based in the Bay Area.
San Francisco Art Institute
800 chestnut Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
- The Politics of Indecency: Implications of the Government Regulation of the Internet for Artists, Art Educators and Art Institutions
November 2, 1996, 10:00 AM
AM Session - Artists will show and discuss, both in persona dn via live digital video connection, their work on the World Wide Web and how censorship might affect it. Artists include: Joseph Squier, Barbara deGenevieve, Sonya Rapaport, Jon Winet, Susan Schwartenzenberg, Ali Sant, Ken Feingold, and Paul Cotton.
PM Session - Art and online administrators, educators, curators and legal scholars will debate and discuss the process and ramifications of the public display of "offensive" work. Panelists include: David Mendoza, executive direction National Campaign for Freedom of Expression, Elizabeth Weise, Editor, Wired Woman, Randall Packer, Director Multimedia Studies, SFSU, Robert Riley, curator SJMOMA, Judy Malloy, editor Artswire.
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