Spring 2015 Visiting Artist Lecture Series
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All lectures are free to the public and held at Sonoma State University. This semesters lectures will be held on Wednesday, Cason Hall 68, from Noon - 1:00pm.
February 2, 2015
Bud Snow (aka Julia Davis) is a public and private artist who explores forms such as automatism, community installation, and mythology, and Muralism.
February 16, 2015
Mads Lynnerup is an artist whose practice incorporates video, performance, sculpture, and installation. Lynnerup humorously examines socioeconomic issues.
March 2, 2015
David Duskin creates works which engage in playful dialouge with urban space. She explores dualities such as: nature and urbanism, daily life and ritual.
March 9m 2015
Paz De La Calzada Her art practice includes painting, drawing and printmaking . She renders images of the ocean surface suggesting the influence of history on the psyche.
March 30, 2015
Julie Kahn creates interdisciplinary art which crosses and re-crosses boundaries among visual art, performance, social engineering, and mass marketing.
April 6, 2015
Linda Simmel Her art practice includes painting, drawing and printmaking . She renders images of the ocean surface suggesting the influence of history on the psyche.
April 13, 2015
Mark Pauline is a performance artist and inventor. He founded and directs Survival Research Labs. He practices large scale machine performance and robotics.
The Visiting Artists Lecture Series provides our students with valuable insights and exposure to art professionals and their work.
The Visiting Artist Lecture Series is supported in part through grants from the Instructionally Related Activities Fund of Sonoma State University, and the Imagery Estate Winery. Thank you.
A daily parking permit ($5) is required. Daily permits are not valid in reserved lots. Some permit machines accept quarters only. Sonoma State has complete program accessibility.
Sonoma State University is located 50 miles north of San Francisco, off Highway 101, adjacent to the communities of Rohnert Park and Cotati. From San Francisco Bay Area, take Highway 101 north to Rohnert Park Expressway exit. Turn right onto Rohnert Park Expressway and follow to its end at Petaluma Hill Road. Turn right on Petaluma Hill Road to the stoplight at East Cotati Avenue. Right on East Cotati Avenue to Main Entrance of the campus on your right. Information Booth is at the end of the drive.