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Ann Arbor, MI

UMMA After Hours: Fall Opening

Join us to celebrate an exciting new season at UMMA! Enjoy live music, gallery talks, food, and more at this free community event.

Painter and printmaker Meleko Mokgosi’s newly commissioned work, Pan-African Pulp, transforms UMMA’s Vertical Gallery into a multimedia exploration of the history of global Pan-Africanism, a movement with significant history in Detroit. Mokgosi will give a talk at 7:30 p.m. in the Auditorium.


The University of Michigan Museum of Art

UMMA After Hours: Fall Opening Saturday,
Sep 21,
7pm – 10pm
Salem, MA Art Party & New Wing Celebration


Celebrate the opening of PEM’s new expansion with a night of drinks, live music and unforgettable experiences. Be the first to explore three new floors of art, culture and design as well as the museum’s stunning new atrium and garden.

Tickets at pem.org/gala


Peabody Essex Museum

Art Party & New Wing Celebration Saturday,
Sep 21,
7pm – 10pm
Santa Ana, CA Rufino Tamayo: Dialogue and Innovation with Dr. Karen Cordero


Presented by Dr. Karen Cordero, Guest Curatorial Consultant for Dimensions of Form: Tamayo and Mixografia

Join art historian, curator and writer Dr. Karen Cordero for an introduction to Tamayo’s work and the creative dialogue produced by his pursuit of a distinct philosophical and aesthetic perspective. Take a deep dive into Tamayo’s experiments with three-dimensional printing while exploring his other creative innovations. Norma Kershaw Auditorium Ticketed Event: Member or with paid museum admission $10 | General $15 |


Bowers Museum

Rufino Tamayo: Dialogue and Innovation with Dr. Karen Cordero Saturday,
Sep 21,
1:30 -3pm

Clinton, NJ

Opening Reception or Four New Shows


An opening reception for Cliff Lee: Porcelain Master, Holly Lee: A Jeweler’s Journey, Mia Brownell & Martin Kruck: Skeptical Realism, and the 2019 Members Exhibition. Cliff and Holly Lee will have an artists’ talk before the reception at noon. The talk and reception are open to everyone.


Hunterdon Art Museum

Opening Reception or Four New Shows Sunday,
September 22,
2 to 4 p.m.
Myrtle Beach
SC

Opening reception for The Land: The Art of Bill Hosterman and Ed Wong-Ligda

The MMA invites the public to the opening reception for The Land: The Art of Bill Hosterman and Ed Wong-Ligda. The artists will talk about their work at a lecture after the the reception, starting at 7:00 pm. Event is free and open to the public.

5:30 pm Reception | 7:00 pm Lecture


Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum

Opening reception for The Land: The Art of Bill Hosterman and Ed Wong-Ligda Thursday,
September 26,
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Champaign.
IL

Fall 2019 Opening Night: Public Reception


Celebrate opening night for KAM’s newest exhibitions, with a special welcome at 6:15 by Museum Director Jon Seydl, and Marci Uihlein and Sara Bartumeus Ferre, faculty in the Illinois School of Architecture and curators of Revealing Presence: Women in Architecture at the University of Illinois.

Refreshments and cash bar will be available in the Link Gallery by Michaels’ Catering.


Krannert Art Museum

Fall 2019 Opening Night: Public Reception Thursday,
September 26,
5 pm
Ames, IA

Artists in Iowa: The First Century Curator Talk with Dr. Lea

Celebrate the opening of the exhibition Artists in Iowa: The First Century with a reception from 5-6 p.m. followed by a talk with guest curator Dr. Lea Rosson DeLong. DeLong will discuss the expansive new exhibition, the significant themes, key artists and her research process. This exhibition showcases the first scholarly survey of the art history of Iowa since 1939. Dr. Rosson DeLong’s accompanying publication will also be available for sale at this event. Refreshments will be served. Program sponsored by the Kathy and John Howell Art Enrichment Program. The project is also supported, in part, by the Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.


University Museums

Artists in Iowa: The First Century Curator Talk with Dr. Lea Friday,
September 27,
5 PM - 7 PM
Phoenix, AZ

Sikhism Symposium

Guru Nanak’s Interfaith Message 2 pm

In celebration of the 550th Anniversary of his birth, we honor Guru Nanak (1469-1539), who was the founder and First Guru of the Sikh faith. Sikhism is the world’s fifth largest religion, currently with over 25 million adherents. Learn more about the life, words and travels of this historical figure whose principles resonate globally today.

Whiteman Hall

This event complements the exhibition Guru Nanak: 550th Birth Anniversary of Sikhism's Founder on view at Phoenix Art Museum, August 17, 2019 – March 29, 2020 in The Khanuja Family Sikh Heritage Gallery.


Phoenix Art Museum

Sikhism Symposium Saturday,
September 28,
2 pm - 4 pm
Durham, NC

Composition 21 by Naama Tsabar


Brooklyn-based, Israeli-born artist Naama Tsabar creates an aurally and visually immersive performance, featuring 21 local musicians who identify as women and/or gender nonconforming. Divided into three bands, individual musicians stand atop their amplifiers, each band playing a separate song. All songs share the same four chords, musical scale, and beats per minute. At one point all three bands play simultaneously and the result is a dense but harmonious musical field. As the songs seep into one another, the musicians form a sculptural composition that complements both the sonic arrangement and the outdoor space.


Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

Composition 21 by Naama Tsabar Performances:
Saturday,
Sept. 28,
2 and 4 PM
Columbus, OH

Ivy Atoms: 2019 Columbus Comics Residency Exhibition
Artist Talk with Ivy Atoms


CMA, in conjunction with Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC), presents an artist talk by Ivy Atoms. Ivy Atoms is the winner of the 2019 Columbus Comics Residency, a collaboration between CMA, CXC, and Columbus College of Art & Design. All are welcome, no registration.


Columbus Museum of Art

Ivy Atoms: 2019 Columbus Comics Residency Exhibition Artist Talk with Ivy Atoms Sunday,
Sept. 29,
11:00 am
Winter Park, FL

Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month


In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, this tour by Curator Gisela Carbonell will explore works by Latin American and Latinx artists in the collection.

Arte y Café Con la Curadora (Art and Coffee with the Curator)


Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College

Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Tuesday,
October 1,
6:00 PM
Winter Park, FL

Walt Whitman’s influence On Art

Join Curator Gisela Carbonell for an exploration of Walt Whitman’s influence on contemporary art and thought by considering works of art and archival materials rarely on view.


Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College

Walt Whitman’s influence On Art Wednesday,
October 2,
5:30 PM
San Jose,
CA

Creative Minds | Tamiko Thiel and Zara Houshmand with Susan Hayase


Artists Tamiko Thiel and Zara Houshmand in conversation with San José-based Japanese American activist Susan Hayase. Co-presented with the California History Center at De Anza College and the Japanese American Museum of San José.


San José Museum of Art

Saturday,
October 19,
1:30–3pm
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