Art21 Access ’07 Events – October 9, 2007

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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.

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.

The Galleries at Moore
Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street and the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-965-4044
Protest at 11:30am
This screening will be presented as part of Moore’s Art and Lunch series. It is free and open to the public.

Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil
Av. Revolucion 1608
San Angel
Mexico
+ 52-55-5550-6260
Protest and Paradox at noon
Special presentations for university student groups. Invited speakers will include artists and museum curators, and university teachers that will bring their classes to the presentation. A second presentation will be offered at night along with a small reception, for arts community, all public and as a special invitation to the Asociación de Amigos del Museo Carrillo Gil.

Columbia College
Room 137, R. Wright Spears Music Art Center
1301 Columbia College Drive
Columbia, SC 29203
803-786-3743
Ecology at 12:30pm
Special lunchtime preview screening of Art21 and discussion for students, faculty and the general public.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts
410 Campus Center Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
801-581-7332
Ecology at 1:00pm

Living Arts of Tulsa
211 Phillips Hall
600 S. College Ave. 5th Street and Evanston
Tulsa, OK 74104
918-585-1234
Protest at 4:00pm
Screening will be followed by a group discussion.

University of New Mexico Art Museum
Center for the Arts, Room 1017
Albuquerque, NM 87131
505-277-7312
Protest and Ecology at 5:30pm
Tuesday Talk: Sneak Peak Screening at the UNM Art Museum

Albany Museum of Art
311 Meadowlark Dr.
Albany, GA 31707
229-439-8400
Romance at 6:00pm

Missoula Art Museum
335 North Pattee Street
Missoula, MT 59802
406-728-0447
Ecology at 6:30pm
A discussion will follow the screening with MAM staff and art academics.

Tangent Lab
Old Town Farm and Art Market Square Rock Island Market Building
143 N. Rock Island, 3rd Floor
Wichita, KS 67202
Romance at 6:30pm
One of three local institutions partnering with the Ulrich Museum of Art and KPTS to present free sneak preview screenings of Season 4 that are free and open to the public. A conversation leader will spark discussion after the screening.

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
7380 E. 2nd Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
480-874-4641
Ecology at 6:30pm
The episode will be followed by a discussion led by Museum Director Susan Krane. Immediately following the discussion, renowned architect Will Bruder (designer of SMoCA’s building and the Burton Barr Central Library, Phoenix) will conduct a hands-on workshop to create sculptures using recycled objects.

The Mint Museums
Van Every Auditorium
2730 Randolph Road
Charlotte, NC 28207
Romance and Ecology at 7:00pm
Curator of Contemporary Art will say a few words before screening begins. This event is in conjunction with the fall exhibition, Contemporary Cool and Collected.

Wexner Center for the Arts
Film/Video Theater
The Ohio State University
1871 N. High Street (at 15th Ave.)
Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-3535
Ecology at 7:00pm
Join the Wexner for a special advance screening of Ecology, which features Robert Adams, Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle (a former Wexner Residence Award winner), Mark Dion (another friend of the Wexner Center), and Ursula von Rydingsvard. The screening will be followed by informal small-group discussions of the program, led by Wexner Education staff members.

Rochester Contemporary Art Center
137 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604
585-461-2222
Romance at 7:00pm

Hearst Art Gallery
Saint Mary’s College
1928 St. Mary’s Road Moraga
California 94556
925-631-4069
Ecology at 7:00pm
Preview followed by panel discussion (on sustainability, College’s “green” initiatives, College and community partnerships, with faculty from Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Business, Art Practice and Art History, or Political Science, plus student and public representatives) and reception following.

Mississippi State University
College of Architecture, Art & Design

Giles Hall Auditorium
102 Freeman Hall
Mississippi, MS 39762
662-275-1064
Ecology at 7:00pm
Evening screening event for Mississippi State University students, faculty and community, with discussion to follow.

Wallace State Community College
801 Main Street
Hanceville, AL 35077-2000
866-350-9722
Romance and Paradox at 7:00pm

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