Art21 Access ’07 Events – October 10, 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.

Bainbridge High School
9330 NE High School Road
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
206-855-0482
Ecology and Paradox all day
Screening will be part of a series of seminars and discussions on contemporary art. High school students in the Modernism/PostModernism literature class will host other high school students, interested parents and other members of the community, and teachers. Teacher Kirrin Coleman will serve as moderator and guide during the discussions.

Livingston High School
30 Robert Harp Drive
Livingston, NJ 07039
973-535-8000
Protest and Ecology all day
Continuous screening for students throughout the day. Discussion groups with faculty and speaker Meredith Klein, Art21 Production Coordinator and Livingston High alumnus.

Berkeley High School
1980 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
510-524-6754
Season Four all day
This all-day event will introduce Art21 to speech and language pathologists.

Notre Dame Preparatory School
815 Hampton Lane
Towson, MD 21286
410-825-6202
Ecology and Paradox all day

Roosevelt University
Room 420
430 S. Michigan
Chicago, IL 60506
312-341-2155
Protest and Ecology at 9:30am
The event will be targeted to students of Roosevelt University who are interested in learning more about visual arts and the processes of various artists. The preview will be introduced by a speaker and there will be follow up activities including researching other contemporary artists working in Chicago who work in similar themes and/or media. Attendees will also be able to obtain valuable information about local related exhibitions, events, and artists working in an urban environment in conjunction with Chicago Artist’s Month.

Spencer Museum of Art
1301 Mississippi St.
Lawrence, KS 66045
785-864-0137
Protest and Ecology at 11:00am
Screening during an art teacher workshop presented by the Kansas State Department of Education.

Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts
200 South Madison Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
302-656-6466
Protest at noon
Lunchtime brown bag program.

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
118 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Paradox at noon
The episode of Art21 will premier as part of Art-at-Lunch lecture series, which runs every Wednesday at noon. The episode will be introduced by Museum staff and connections will be made to PAFA’s recently commissioned Robert Ryman installation and how a portion of his Art21 segment was filmed at the Academy. After the episode, staff will encourage a discussion with the audience.

University for Liberal Arts
Braunschweig
Germany
762-418-1514
Romance, Protest and Ecology at 1:00pm

University of Oklahoma School of Art / Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
555 Elm Street
Norman, OK 73019
405-325-2691
Romance at 3:00pm
Screening will be followed by a panel discussion with OU-School of Art Faculty and the Curator of Educational Programs at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.

Gonzaga University
502 E. Boone Avenue
Spokane, WA 99203
509-323-6718
Protest at 5:00pm

University of Wisconsin – Stout
Applied Arts Building AA
210 Auditorium
712 Broadway St.
Menomonie, WI 54751
715-879-5869
Paradox at 5:45pm
Post-screening discussion to follow.

Fort Smith Public Library
423 N 6th Avenue
Fort Smith, AR 72901
479-784-2787
Romance and Ecology at 6:00pm

Southeastern Contemporary Art Gallery
Southeastern Louisiana University
100 East Stadium, SLU 10765
Hammond, LA 70402
985-549-5080
Ecology at 6:00pm
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with four local artists. This event is co-presented with Louisiana Public Broadcasting.

Portland Museum of Art
7 Congress Square
Portland, Maine 04101
207-775-6148
Romance and Protest at 6:00pm
This event will be open to the public and will have a reception afterwards. A question and answer period will follow the screening.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Cheryl Ramberg Ford Lecture Hall
1223 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
541-346-0968
Protest and Paradox at 6:00pm
A public screening of highlights from Art21’s 4th season as part of the Museum’s Wednesday MusEvening programming.

Mary Schiller Myers School of Art at The University of Akron
Folk Hall auditorium
150 E. Exchange St.
Akron, OH 44325
330-972-5951
Protest at 6:00pm

The Accademia Italiana
Piazza Pitti 15
50125 Florence
Italy
+39-055-21-55-46
Romance and Protest at 6:00pm
The director of the Bargello Museum, Dssa. Beatrice Paolozzi Strozzi will take part in a discussion moderated by artist and painting professor Erin Murphy and artist, critic and journalist Gianni Caverni after a screening of segments from Season 4 episodes Romance and Protest. A questionaire will be handed out and a brief question and answer session will follow the discussion, which will be in Italian with English translation.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
1750 13th Street
Boulder, Colorado 80302
303-443-2122
Ecology at 6:30pm

Thomas Simpson High School
Fort Simpson
Northwest Territories
Canada
867-695-7320
Ecology and Paradox at 7:00pm
A remote aboriginal community in the subarctic. Brief introduction of the topic and the artists beforehand, relating to similar concerns expressed by Canadian and American Aboriginal artists. After the screening, a discussion and question period will follow.

Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art
Lincoln Center Mini-Theater
417 W. Magnolia St.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-482-2787
Protest at 7:00pm
Screening as part of the Movies with MOCA film series, with discussion afterwards hosted by Joel Rutstein.

Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago
Art and Design Hall
400 South Peoria Street (at Van Buren)
Chicago, IL 60607
312-996-6114
Romance at 7:00pm

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
724 S. 12th St
Omaha, NE 68102
402-341-7130
Romance at 7:00pm

Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase
Museum Study
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577
914-251-6100
Ecology at 7:00pm
Screening of the episode followed by a post-screening discussion.

West Virginia University Creative Arts Center
Bloch Learning and Performance Hall
Morgantown, WV 26506
304-293-4841
Romance and Paradox at 7:00pm
Preview screening and discussion with students and faculty, area art teachers and the larger community.

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka
Mali Salon
Korzo 24
Rijeka
Croatia
+385-51-492-615
Romance and Protest at 7:00pm
Introduction by a moderator. Discussion following the screening including students, teachers, young artists.

Saltworks Gallery
635 Angier Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
404-876-8000
Romance at 7:00pm
Screening and post-screening reception.

University of Michigan Museum of Art
Rackham Amphitheater
915 East Washington Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1070
734-647-0522
Protest and Ecology at 7:00pm

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

Salt Lake Art Center
20 S. West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
801-328-4201
Protest and Ecology at 7:00pm

Texas State University
Dept of Art & Design
JCM Building room 2121
San Marcos, TX 78666
512-245-3765
Protest at 7:00pm
Introduced by artists Michelle Brandt and John Brandon Sell, who will foster discussion about the topic with students and an interdisciplinary panel of scholars. Accompanied by brief contextual statements by Dr. James Housefield.

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