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Upcoming Events & Programming
VISITING ARTIST LECTURES IN VISUAL CULTURE, Spring 2020
Dates/Time: (See dates below / Lectures begin at 7 PM)
The Visiting Artist Lecture series introduces students and the community to a broad range of interdisciplinary practitioners including artists, curators, critics and scholars in visual culture. Dates and topics subject to change. Lectures are presented in conjunction with Topics in Art History course (ART 480T).
The public is welcome to attend.
Thursday, March 12
Chet Glaze - Poltergeist
Artist Chet Glaze will present and discuss his recent body of work which explores manifestations of the psychic mind in art. Glaze believes trauma, romance, desire, and rage are all projected into the environment by human interaction and conflict.
Thursday, March 19
Joseph Valencia and Claudia Marquez - Art & Community
Thursday, May 7
Joe DeVera and Jennifer Frias: Decentralizing the Art World—
Artist-run spaces, Alternative Studio & Expanded Practices
Visiting Artist Lectures in Visual Culture – Zoom Lectures
Time: 7 PM
Email email@example.com for Zoom invite code. Spaces limited.
Hunter Huang & Nicole Yang – Professional Practices in Illustration
Xanthe Menor – Animator, Sony Pictures
Blanca Navarro – Graphic and UX Design
Visiting Artist Lectures in Visual Culture is made possible by the Art Alliance, Associated Students, Inc. Instructional Related Activities,
the College of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts.
RECEPTION: Kim Abeles: Smog Collectors, 1987-2020
Saturday, March 21 Postponed, Date TBA
1-2 PM (Members reception)
2-4 PM (Public reception)
Abeles' art explores the harmful effects of smog and has received national and international acclaim, most notably in the series entitled, The Presidential Commemorative Smog Plates (1992). This body of work draws attention to US Presidents, from William McKinley to George Bush, and their varying policies associated with the environment. Abeles continues to explore the effects of smog utilizing narratives related to domestic spaces, the earth, and the human body.
About the exhibition: Kim Abeles: Smog Collectors, 1987-2020, at the Begovich Gallery will be the first time this seminal series is shown in its entirety. The exhibition features thirty years of Abeles' artistic investigation related to the environment and her innovative method of producing images on various surfaces made solely by particulate matter from air pollution. Smog Collectors examines decades of scientific data collected by the artist and its unexpected visual presentation that prompts the viewer to reconsider the air we breathe.
BEGOVICH GALLERY VISITING ARTIST LECTURE: Kim Abeles
Wednesday, April 8, 1 PM CANCELLED
Visiting Artist Lecture is made possible by the Art Alliance, Associated Students, Inc. Instructional Related Activities, the College of the Arts, and the Department of Visual Arts.
Thursday, April 9, 5-9 PM CANCELLED
Visual Arts Courtyard and Galleries
ACTIVATE! 2020 is a one-night presentation of multiple installations and exhibitions situated in the Visual Arts courtyard and galleries (Begovich, Duff, Exit and Freedman).
Works on view are produced by CSUF students and represent the various course disciplines offered in the Visual Arts. Participating areas include: Art Education, Ceramics, Creative Photography, Jewelry+Metals, Drawing & Painting, Entertainment Art/Animation, Exhibition Design, Foundations, Glass, Graphic & Interactive Design, and Sculpture.
ACTIVATE! 2020 is organized by the College of the Arts and Nicholas & Lee Begovich Gallery, and in partnership with Arts Interclub Council (AICC). Part of ArtsWeek 2020. It is made possible by the Art Alliance, Associated Students, Inc. Instructional Related Activities, the College of the Arts, and the Department of Visual Arts.
In Conversation Series: Kim Abeles (Members Event)
Saturday, April 18, 11 AM – 1 PM CANCELLED
Space is limited. Reservations highly recommended.
In Conversation is a live series connecting artists, scholars and community figures for lively discussions related to art, culture and society. Each series is accompanied with a light brunch fare.
ART POPS: Kim Abeles - Workshop
Saturday, April 18, 2-4 PM CANCELLED
Kim Abeles leads a workshop for participants to make their own smog plate.
ART POPS: Kim Abeles – Workshop is made possible by the Art Alliance, Associated Students, Inc. Instructional Related Activities,
the College of the Arts, and the Department of Visual Arts.
Art + Politics: Art and Visual Culture Conference
May 2, 2020 • Presentations will begin at 10 AM CANCELLED
Presenters and Program Schedule: To Be Announced
Check Begovich Gallery’s website mid-April for updates
Art+Politics is an annual conference that takes place at alternating college or university locations in southern California. It began as a platform for community college students to present scholarly research papers centered around visual culture. Initiated in 2016 by alumna, Angela Lessing (Art History, ’17), past conference locations include Cypress College, CSU Dominguez Hills, CSU Fullerton, and UC Riverside. This year, Art+Politics returns to CSU Fullerton with a new participants from community colleges in the region, and for the first time, select undergraduates from CSU Fullerton’s Visual Arts Department will present.
Hosted by the College of the Arts, Department of Visual Arts,
Nicholas & Lee Begovich Gallery and the Art History Program
May 14, 12-1PM CANCELLED
This season, get a behind-the-scenes look into the gallery’s collection of prints by Spanish artist, Francisco Goya. Visual Resource Specialist, Debra Winters will lead a discussion on Goya’s Los Caprichos, a series of prints created in the early 18th century that critiqued Spain’s culture and humanity.
Art Pops is a series of “pop-up” programming ranging from demos, events, and informative talks is made possible by the Art Alliance, the College of the Arts, and the Department of Visual Arts.
GUIDED TOURS AND CONVERSATIONS
Gain further insights by booking a guided tour conversation of the current exhibition. Two-weeks advanced reservation required. Maximum 30 individuals per group. For more information and to reserve a class visit to the gallery, contact firstname.lastname@example.org