Programs for Adults

11.1.18 Perspectives and Insights into AURORA 2018

FREE with Registration

AURORA 2018 Co-Curators Danielle Avram (Dallas), Dooeun Choi (New York), and Nadim Samman (Berlin) will be joined by participating artists Alicia Eggert (Dallas) and Simon Mullan (Berlin) in a panel discussion moderated by Brandon Kennedy, Director of Exhibitor Relations, Dallas Art Fair.

11.15.18

Would you like to listen to a conversation between Jean (Hans) Arp, Pablo Picasso, and Donald Judd? Spend an evening discovering what they have to say, and then add your own perspective. Explore the power of chance as you create a collaborative interpretation of Arp’s sculpture.

11.17.18 Artist

Mexico City-based artist Bosco Sodi reveals an emotive power within the essential crudeness of the materials that he uses to execute his paintings and sculptures. Focusing on material exploration, the creative gesture and the spiritual connection between the artist and his work, Sodi seeks to transcend conceptual barriers.

12.8.18 Artist
Melding vocabularies of modernist abstraction and ritualistic objects, Matthew Ronay's sculptures and enigmatic installations express the primacy of the handmade object.
12.9.18 Episode Screening
A longtime home for political progressives and technological pioneers, the San Francisco Bay Area is a magnet for artists who are drawn to its experimental atmosphere, countercultural spirit, and history of innovation. In addition to presenting three artists working across photography, installation, and new media, this episode features a nonprofit art center, spotlighting multiple artists with physical and cognitive disabilities who work in a range of mediums. The artists in this hour are united by their steadfastness and persistence in creating; their art serves as an essential expression of their experience of the world.