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GRADUATE ALUMNUS PAUL PESCADOR FEATURED IN ART IN AMERICA

First Look: Paul Pescador
Written by William S. Smith
Art in America, November 2013, p. 51

Paul graduated in 2012.


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GRADUATE ALUMNUS NORITAKA MINAMI WINS THE INAUGURAL RYAN R. GIBBS PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE

New Delta Review announces Noritaka Minami (MFA 2011) as the winner of its inaugural Ryan R. Gibbs Photography Prize. Nori currently works as a Teaching Assistant in Photography at the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University.

Image: courtesy of the artist.


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SEX, MONEY, FASCISM: A PASOLINI FILM SERIES

SCREENING SCHEDULE
Monday, November 11   7pm           ACCATONE           (1961)
Monday, November 18   7pm           MAMMA ROMA       (1962)
Monday, November 25   7pm           PIGSTY                 (1969)
Monday, December 2     7pm           SALO                    (1975)

In anticipation of artist Yoshua Okón's new commissioned work for the CAC Gallery in January of 2014, the University Art Gallery and the Department of Art present SEX, MONEY, FASCISM: A PASOLINI FILM SERIES.  

Yoshua Okón will produce a film installation on the murder of Pier Paolo Pasolini, the controversial Italian filmmaker, poet, writer and intellectual. Giuseppe Pelosi, a seventeen-year-old hustler, was arrested and confessed to murdering Pasolini. However, in 2005 Pelosi retracted his confession, bringing renewed attention to both Pasolini’s homicide and artwork, the latter of which was regularly the subject of censorship. 

Pasolini's first novel 


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GRADUATE ALUMNA CASSIE RIGER IN SOLO SHOW AT NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY

Cassie Riger: Early Influences
Curated by John Neff
Northwestern University
Opening Reception: Sunday, November 10, 2013 | 3 PM

Exhibition Dates: November 10 - 23, 2013

Cassie Riger will present Early Influences, a series of moving image works. Riger’s deskilled constructions deploy ridiculously obtuse video techniques. These rickety analogs for effects such as “motion” or “layering”—effects that are now standards in software manipulation—work through or “perform” sticking points in cinema history, spectacle, and affect.Cassie Riger holds a 2013 MFA degree from the University of


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VISITING CURATOR: GRACE KOOK-ANDERSON

Grace Kook-Anderson
Head Curator at the Laguna Art Museum
Thursday, November 20, 2013 | noon
Art 160

Image: courtesy of the artist

Free and open to the public.


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JESSE COLIN JACKSON IN GROUP EXHIBITION AND PANEL AT ETHNOGRAPHIC TERMINALIA

Exhibition as Residency - Art, Anthropology, Collaboration
Ethnographic Terminalia 2013
Arts Incubator in Washington Park
Chicago, IL
Opening Reception: Friday, November 22, 2013 | 6 PM - 9 PM
Exhibition Dates: November 18 - 22, 2013
To coincide with the 112th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association.

Visualizing Place through Art and Anthropology
Panelist: Robert William, Jesse Colin Jackson, Tori Foster, Lindsay A Bell
Thursday, November 21, 2013 | 2 PM - 3 PM

Image: courtesy of the artist.


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GRADUATE STUDENT STACY KRANITZ FEATURED IN COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW

On the job: The Outsider
An article featuring Graduate student Stacy Kranitz and her work
Columbia Journalism Review
By Noah Hurowitz

Image: courtesy of the artist.


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JULI CARSON, MICHAEL MOSHE DAHAN, IN PANEL DISCUSSION AT MAK CENTER FOR ART & ARCHITECTURE

Specters of Godard
MAK Center for Art and Architecture

Sunday, November 3, 2013 | 5:30 PM

(Please note the change to Daylight Savings Time)

MAK Center for Art and Architecture

at the Schindler House

835 North Kings Road

West Hollywood, CA 90069

ADMISSION IS FREE

The MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House is pleased to present Specters of Godard, a panel discussion considering film and video works by post-conceptual artists who trace their origins to the cinema of Jean-Luc Godard. Organized and moderated by Dr. Juli Carson, Associate Professor at UC Irvine and director of its Critical and Curatorial MFA program and the University Art Galleries, the panel will include filmmaker and installation artist Kerry Tribe, Israeli-American artist Michael Moshe Dahan, and artist and curator Constanze Ruhm. Selections from the panelists' films


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VISITING ARTIST LECTURE SERIES: MICHAEL NED HOLTE

Contingency Plans
A talk by Michael Ned Holte
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 | 12- 1:30 PM
Contemporary Arts Center Colloquium Room (CAC 3201)


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