Art21 Access ’07 Events – October 3, 2007

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Sonoma Valley Museum of Art
551 Broadway
Sonoma, CA 95476
707-939-7862
Season 4 will be screened all day from Oct 3-7 during an exhibition of work by sculptor Linda Fleming.

Nevada Museum of Art
160 West Liberty Street
Reno, NV 89501
775-329-3333
All four episodes will run on a continuous loop on the monitor in the Discover Center, an interpretive, hands-on gallery located in the Nevada Museum of Art. On view 10am to 5pm from Oct 1-10.

Hallwalls at Nichols School
Nichols School
341 Delaware Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14202
716-854-1694
Protest at 11:00am

Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
200 South Madison Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
302-656-6466
Romance at noon
This screening will be presented as part of a brown bag lunch series.

Powerhouse Museum
500 Harris Street
Sydney, NSW 01238
Australia
+61 2 9217 0286
Ecology and Paradox screening daily from Oct 1-14. Screenings will take place daily in the museum’s King’s Cinema and run from 3-5pm.

California State University at Sacramento’s Art Department
and the Crocker Museum of Art
CSU Art Department
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
916-455-5963
Romance and Protest at 6:00pm
The Crocker Museum of Art education coordinator, Colin Dusek, and Elaine O’Brien, professor of modern and contemporary art at California State, will preview two episodes of Art:21. They will also lead a discussion and present slides of works of art in the Crocker and regional collections related to the Art21 themes.

Mary Schiller Myers School of Art, The University of Akron
Folk Hall Auditorium
150 E. Exchange St.
Akron, OH 44308
330-972-5951
Paradox at 6pm
The University of Akron’s Mary Schiller Myers School of Art is proud to preview Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 4, in collaboration with the Akron Art Museum. Following the screening, viewers can share their opinions and reactions in an informal discussion, moderated by art history professor, Kevin Concannon.

F+F School for Art and Media Design
Flurstrasse 89
CH-8047 Zurich
Switzerland
+41-79-792-77-44
Romance and Protest at 6:30pm
Public screening of the two episodes, with a break at the bar in-between, in the Auditorium of the F+F School for Art and Media Design, followed by a public discussion facilitated by code flow. Introduction by Dimitrina Sevova of code flow and by Daniel Hauser, Chair of the Art Studies department. The venue is well-known for its regular top-level lectures, screenings and discussions with local and international figures of the art world, which gather an audience of both students of this and other art schools and academies, professionals of contemporary art, journalists and a broader interested public.

Salt Lake Art Center
20 S. West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
801-328-4201
Ecology at 7:00pm
The screening will be held in the auditorium, accompanied by presentations by guest speakers, presented in connection with two upcoming exhibitions: SF Recycled and Masters of West Coast Assemblage and Collage

Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville
333 North Laura Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
904-366-6911
Ecology at 7:00pm
MOCA Jacksonville is partnering with the Duval County Art Teachers Association to screen episodes of Art21 as part of the city program “Art Walk.” The Museum has extended hours on Wednesday evenings, and admission is free.

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
225 South Street
Williamstown, MA 01267
413-458-2303
Protest at 7:00pm
Screening will be introduced by a local curator and followed by a discussion.

SculptureCenter
44-19 Purves Street
Long Island City, Queens, NYC
718-361-1750
Romance at 7:00pm
Screening of Romance followed by discussion featuring artist Judy Pfaff with Mary Ceruti, Executive Director, SculptureCenter. Free. No reservations required

Colby College Museum of Art
5600 Mayflower Hill
Waterville, Maine 04901
207-859-5600
Protest and Ecology at 7:00pm

UCLA Hammer Museum
Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum
10899 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
310-443-7000
Protest at 7:00pm
Part of citywide events in Los Angeles, along with Santa Monica Museum of Art, Otis, and LACMA. Free.

Fort Wayne Museum of Art
311 E Main Street
Fort Wayne, IN, 46802
260-422-6467
Protest at 7:00pm
This preview screening will be held in conjunction with Artist Forum, a series of annual programs that combines informational breakout sessions for artists, a townhall-style meeting, and a social function. The screening will take place during the social aspect of the October 2007 Artist Forum and will free and open to the public.

Artists of Yardley
1080 Edgewood Road
Yardley, PA 19067-1648
215-493-9020
Ecology at 7:00pm
This screening will be held at Yardley-Makefield Branch of the Bucks County Free Library, discussion will follow.

Salem Art Association
Grand Theater
191 High Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-2228
Ecology at 7:00pm
Screening and panel discussion.

Saratoga County Arts Council
320 Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
518-584-4132
Protest at 7:00pm
Screening followed by discussion moderated by Katie Hauser, Assoc. Professor of Art History, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs. Co-presented with the Tang Teaching Museum and Gallery and the Saratoga Springs Public Library.

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
Aetna Theater
600 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103
Romance and Paradox at 7:30pm
860-278-2670
These two episodes will be shown as part of the Museum’s Fall Film Series.

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