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Wednesday 09.06.06

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Time Based Art Festival 2006 - Institute: Workshops, Chats, Lectures

What follows is a complete listing of all workshops, Guest Lectures, and Chats concerning the Visual Arts during the TBA festival:

Time Based Art Festival 2006 - Institute: Workshops, Chats, Lectures September 7 - 17, 2006

Visit PICA's website for all the details.

Visual Arts Workshop

Isaac Peterson: Visual Art Criticism
Thursday, Sept 7, 2pm Ecotrust
Friday, Sept 8, 2pm Ecotrust
PNCA Art History Professor Isaac Peterson gives a 2-day crash course on looking at and writing about contemporary visual art. Workshop includes a visit to TBA's visual art exhibitions. Must attend both days. Bring laptop if you have one (wireless is great) be ready to look, discuss and write!


Mark Russell on The Bridge
Monday, Sept 11, 6pm, Weiden + Kennedy Atrium
Russell will talk about his own experiences of the history of performance and its future.

James Yarker on Why Be a Professional Artist? (Workshop match: Stan's Cafe)
Friday, Sept 8, 3pm, PNCA
Why do you want to be an artist? Why do you want to do it professionally? Why do you want to do it now? With a wry sense of humor and almost fifteen years of experience as a professional artist, James Yarker offers up a compendium of strategies and practical advice for the incipient artist.

- all 1 hour long, starting at 12:30pm at PNCA, unless otherwise noted

TBA 06: In a Nutshell
Friday, Sept 8
PICA's Mark Russell and Kristan Kennedy talk about this year's program of artists and events. Includes Q&A.

The View From France (Workshop match: Vivarium)
Saturday, Sept 9
The artists of Vivarium Studio chat with PNCA Professors Linda Kliewer and David Eckard about their work and contemporary performance in France.

Come Together/Social Action Free admission!
Sunday, Sept 10, Corberry Press
Ten short talks by invited guests about their direct or indirect experience with the American War in Vietnam.

Creative Cities Forum
Monday, Sept 11
Seven local professors, activists, city council people and artists talk about the development of new strategies to nurture and sustain the Creative City.

Gods, Heroes and Monsters (Workshop match: Isaac Peterson)
Tuesday, Sept 12
Artists Matthew Day Jackson, Sutapa Biswas, and Daniel Duford (PNCA), with Kristan Kennedy, and Stephanie Snyder.

Art and Social Practice (Workshop match: Stan's Cafe)
Wednesday, Sept 13
David Eckard, with the performers of Stan's Cafe, Red76, and MK Guth, on innovative artistic practices that engage the urban environment.

Spectacle of the Everyday (Workshop match: Liska and Copper)
Thursday, Sept 14
Mark Russell chats with Pavol Liska and Kelly Copper of Nature Theater of Oklahoma about their radical perspectives on contemporary theatre.

Imaginative Bodies
Friday, Sept 15
Artist Deborah Hay discusses her writings about dance and the creative process with the Henry Art Gallery's Betsey Brock.

The New Burlesque
Saturday, Sept 16, 3pm, the Q Center
A discussion on the intersection between burlesque and performance art.

Art and Activism (Workshop match: Jennifer Monson)
Saturday, Sept 16
Choreographer Linda K. Johnson speaks with hip hop performance poet Jerry Quickley, artist Bob Braine and choreographer and community activist Jennifer Monson.

If You Could See Me: Technologies and Performance (Workshop match: Bebe Miller, Crispin Spaeth)
Sunday, Sept 17
Stephanie Snyder and Rose Bond, with artists Bebe Miller, Crispin Spaeth and Marty Schnapf.

Institute Locations

721 NW 9th Ave (between Irving & Johnson)

918 SW Yamhill, Suite 401

1241 NW Johnson

230 E. Burnside

Weiden + Kennedy Atrium
224 NW 13th

Corberry Press
Building A: NW 17th and Northrup
Building B: NW 18th and Northrup

Q Center
1028 SE Water Ave

Posted by Isaac Peterson on September 06, 2006 at 15:19 | Comments (0)


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