Public Programs

Public Programs

Public Programs

Our public programs are in the works!

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Upcoming

Tue 26 Oct

IN CONVERSATION: ELLIOT REED AND JOSHUA ODUGA

October 26, 2021
6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Join artist and director Elliot Reed for an intimate conversation with Art + Practice’s Public Programs and Exhibitions Manager Joshua Oduga. Through an exploration of Ellliot’s history as an artist, Reed and Oduga will discuss ideas of site specificity, technology, collaboration, and sculpture, exploring how these ideas have informed Reed’s works. This discussion will provide opportunities for the audience to deeply engage with select works by Reed.

Tue 2 Nov

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A TOAST TO BLONDELL WITH KORSHA WILSON

November 2, 2021
6:30 p.m.

Join food writer and podcast host Korsha Wilson for a public program grounded in storytelling and paying homage to choreographer and video artist Blondell Cummings. This program series features women, Korsha Wilson, Jazmin Urrea and Nes Abegaze, who also use food as a way to share stories, cultures and understanding. Coming from diverse practices like sculpting, film, and writing these three women each use food and storytelling in tandem with their practices.

Wed 3 Nov

EXPLORING THE ARCHIVES: THE ARCHIVE IN EXHIBITION MAKING

November 3, 2021
6:30 p.m.

Join curators Alison Burnstein, Kristin Juarez, Rebecca Peabody and Glenn Phillips with A+P’s Public Programs and Exhibitions Manager Joshua Oduga for an exploration of creating exhibitions from archival materials and ephemera.

Tue 9 Nov

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A TOAST TO BLONDELL WITH JAZMIN URREA

November 9, 2021
6:30 p.m.

Join artist Jazmín Urrea for a public program grounded in storytelling and paying homage to choreographer and video artist Blondell Cummings. This program series features women, Korsha Wilson, Jazmin Urrea and Nes Abegaze, who also use food as a way to share stories, cultures and understanding. Coming from diverse practices like sculpting, film, and writing these three women each use food and storytelling in tandem with their practices.

Wed 10 Nov

IN CONVERSATION: JAY CARLON AND JOSHUA ODUGA

November 10, 2021
6:30 p.m.

Join choreographer Jay Carlon for an intimate conversation with Art + Practice’s Public Programs and Exhibitions Manager Joshua Oduga. Through an exploration of Carlon’s history as a choreographer, dance company leader and performer, Carlon and Oduga will discuss ideas of community connectivity, and creating movement pieces for specific sites and film.

Tue 16 Nov

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A TOAST TO BLONDELL WITH NESANET TESHAGER ABEGAZE

November 16, 2021
4:00 p.m.

Join entrepreneur, educator, and experimental filmmaker Nesanet Teshager Abegazer for a public program grounded in storytelling and paying homage to choreographer and video artist Blondell Cummings. This program series features women, Korsha Wilson, Jazmin Urrea and Nesanet Abegaze, who also use food as a way to share stories, cultures and understanding. Coming from diverse practices like sculpting, film, and writing these three women each use food and storytelling in tandem with their practices.

Wed 17 Nov

ARTIST TALK: LIGIA LEWIS

November 17, 2021
6:30 p.m.

Join Ligia Lewis for an exploration of the artist’s history as a choreographer, director, dancer, and performer. During the program, Lewis will discuss ideas of site specificity, language, collaboration and research, examining how these ideas have informed her artistic works created for the stage and film. This discussion will provide opportunities for the audience to deeply engage with select works by Lewis.

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