Join us this January for a series of short talks while exploring the newest methods around the Bay Area. Followed by further conversations with a warm drink at a nearby cafe.
These smaller session will focus on a one-hour tour at three different locations within the month followed by discussing the tour and methods.
This is a new program, three locations for the price of one event. Members are free, $15 for non-members.
January 12, 6:00pm
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film ArchiveJoin us at the newly renovated UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. BAMPFA showcases international works of art and film from the leading edge while also presenting historical works in meaningful contexts. We'll experience a brief tour of the galleries, which include works by Andy Warhol, Michael Armitage, Ana Mendieta, and Tibetan Buddhist art. Then we'll drop in at the Reading Room and Art Lab, a space dedicated to an evolving series of hands-on projects.
January 18th, 6:00pm
Hearst Museum of Anthropology, UC Berkeley
Join us for a special sneak peak into the new gallery space to learn how the exhibition and interpretation team had to rethink their entire space to tell the story around their opening exhibition.
6:00 - 7:00: Special tour of the gallery with Adam Nilsen
7:00 - 8:00: Join us as Strada Cafe with Adam to continue the conversation!
January 19th, 5:30 (limited to 15)
With its expansion in 2016, SFMOMA introduced three new Interpretive Galleries--permanent spaces devoted to digital interpretation. Cross-departmental teams collaborated to conceive and design the spaces, and craft media and stories that aim to demystify the artworks on view. Staff from the museum's Interpretive Media team will give a tour of the Interpretive Galleries and provide insights into the ideas and goals behind each space, and some of the lessons learned.
5:30 - 6:30: Special tour of the Interpretive Galleries.
6:30 - 7:30: Join us for a drink nearby to continue the conversation!
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