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Dialogues with Artists: Making Judgments

April 24, 2015 - 06:45 pm to 08:00 pm

WHERE:
Mary R. Schiff Library and Archives Reading Room

Diving head first into art? What is your first impression of a piece? Do you walk by a contemporary artwork and simply say you don't like it? Do you make an educated, thoughtful or informed judgment of the work? How does the act of making a judgment educate you and how does this action begin a conversation with the work?

 

Chat about answers to these questions and learn more during Dialogues with Artists (DWA), an informal discussion with local artists in the Cincinnati Art Museum’s Mary R. Schiff Library, on the 2nd floor of CAM.

 

FREE ADMISSION. Arrive early for the best parking. Light appetizers provided.

 

FEATURED SPEAKERS

GARY GAFFNEY: (Moderator)
Artist, Teacher, and Professor Emeritus of the Art Academy of Cincinnati.

 

6:45 p.m. - 7 p.m.

ANITA ELLIS:
Retired Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs
Ellis will speak about Millard F. Rogers, Cincinnati Art Museum Director and Director Emeritus, and his contributions to Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Art Museum. Ellis worked at the Cincinnati Art Museum for 40 years.

 

7 p.m. - 8 p.m.

SARA PEARCE:
Founder and Creative Director of Cincinnati's “Paper With a Past” Studio.

After years as a newspaper editor/critic/columnist/reporter: USA Today, Orlando Sentinel, Nashville Banner, Cincinnati Enquirer, she has transformed storytelling in a new way: collage.

JILL ROWINSKI:
Art Academy of Cincinnati Graduate
Rowinski has served on regional arts advisory committees, coordinated exhibitions, and led in grass roots arts organizations while exhibiting and performing regionally and accumulating awards, grants and residencies.

EMIL ROBINSON:
Cincinnati Artist and Educator
Robinson’s work has been featured at the Taft Museum, Smithsonian Portrait Gallery in Washington DC, and Waterhouse and Dodd Contemporary in London.

 


The 2014-2015 Dialogues with Artists series is dedicated to Millard F. Rogers (1932-2014), Cincinnati Art Museum Director and Director Emeritus.

 

Afterwards, head to the Great Hall to enjoy Art After Dark, our Final Friday happy hour event with cash bar, entertainment and guided tours.
The Museum will remain open until 9:00 p.m.


For more info on the full Art After Dark events, click here.

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