Austin Events

Critique & Discussion

Sunday, January 25, 7-9pm

Nothing beats a good critique. Co-Lab has made the smart move to start a regular, open, informal crit where artists can come and present a piece of work. This Sunday, Jade Walker of the Creative Research Laboratory will be present as a guest discussion leader.

Viewpoints 2009: Leah Ollman and Phong Bui

University of Texas at Austin, Art Building 1.102
Thursday, February 5, 4pm

Viewpoint 2009, a series of annual critics' lectures hosted by UT's Department of Art and Art History, is bringing Leah Ollman (of the LA Times and Art in America) and Phong Bui (of P.S.1 and The Brooklyn Rail) this year. Huge. Their first lectures will be held on Thursday, February 5 at 4pm in the Art Building on campus, Room 1.102.

Dallas Events

Artist Talk: Kevin Bewersdorf

Thursday, January 29, 6 pm

New York- and Austin-based artist Kevin Bewersdorf will talk about his web-based and photographic work. After seeing him last week at Austin Film Society, it seems that this Mike Smith-protégé needs some cheering up. Maybe a popsicle?

New York Events

Artist Talk: Michael Blum with Regine Basha

New Museum
Thursday, February 12, 7pm

Artist Michael Blum speaks with our very own Regine Basha. Blum’s work Exodus 2048 is installed on the fifth floor as part of Museum as Hub: Be(com)ing Dutch at a Distance. The multipart project presents an “Imagined Future” in the year 2048, in which the state of Israel has dissolved and the Van Abbemuseum serves as a temporary camp for Israeli refugees. The project’s “what-if” scenario addresses the role of the host and the refugee far into the future. In the context of the New Museum, the U.S.’s own particular history in relation to emigration and its strong relationship with Israel are reflected.

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