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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Symposium X October 13, 2012



ART SALE
Two days only: Sat Oct 13 & Nov 10
20–50% off amazing landscapes, figure painting,
abstract paintings, photographs, and works on
paper by more than a dozen SLATE gallery artists
Lisa Fernald Baker • Hagit Cohen • Carol Inez
Charney • Joanne Fox • RenĂ©e Johnson • Andrzej
Michael Karwacki • Carol Ladewig • Carol
Lefkowitz • Christopher Nickel • Jane Norling •
Caroline Seckinger • Anne Subercaseaux • Hiroko
To • Elizabeth Williams

Support the arts!
SLATE’s artists have stepped up to offer over
100 works, on sale to benefit the Oakland School
for Arts Visual Arts and Vocal Music Programs.
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at
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473 25th St.
Oakland, 94612,
Thu–Fri: 12–5pm,  Sat: 12–6pm

Keeping Time

October 4 – November 22, 2012
Members Preview/Curator's Walk-Through:
Thursday, October 4, 5-6pm
Artists' Reception: Thursday, October 4, 6-8pm
Gallery Conversations with Artists and Curator: Saturday, October 20, 2pm
Curated by Lauren Davies
Participating Artists:
Kirkman Amyx, Terry Berlier, Jenny Bloomfield, Jennifer Brandon, Chandra Cerrito, Sohyung Choi, Ryan Jennings Clark, Adele Crawford, Miriam Dym, Beth Fein, Nicole Herbert, Sonja Hinrichsen, Leslie Hirst, Allison Leigh Holt, Robin Kandel, Sarah Klein & David Kwan, Michael Koehle, Carol Ladewig, Eric Larson, Helen Lee, Richard Nagler, Gary Nakamoto, Leah Rosenberg, Christina Seely, Carol Selter, Lili Smith and Ansley West

Thursday, September 13, 2012

MEET UP!


Come Join Us 

Tuesday, September 18h   5:00 p.m. 
6th & Gilman in Berkeley

Bring Tales of Travel, Evidence of Exhibitions, News of the Noteworthy

September Brings New Projects and Undertakings--- Come Share the Excitement !!

...and find out why 
***We are all a-buzz***
with plans for next month's
* SYMPOSIUM X *
Art Negotiations
    choices compromises commitments

the UC Art Alumni Annual Symposium

Come Discover How You Can Participate !!

...and bring a friend

New Exhibitions at Worth Ryder Art Gallery - Opening Wednesday

Mariam Ghani: Tracery
                       September 12-October 6, 2012 | Reception Wednesday, September 12, 4-7 pm

Artist talk Tuesday, October 2, 5-7 PM, Worth Ryder Art Gallery. Co-sponsored by the Center for South Asia Studies.
Mariam Ghani is a Brooklyn-based artist whose research-based practice operates at the intersections between place, memory, history, language, loss, and reconstruction. She will be exhibiting two bodies of work which use art to question history and our constructions of the past. For The Trespassers (2010-11), Ghani hired Afghan-Americans who had previously worked as translators for the US military in Afghanistan, translating documents related to US military prisons in Afghanistan. The idea behind these encounters was to test whether these individuals would be able to maintain the neutrality of a ‘simultaneous translator’ when confronted with the material of their own histories and to see how their work registered in and reacted to gaps in the records. "The fidelity of translation is always a slippery slope. In situations where words have weight and consequences, is the translator responsible to render the spirit or the letter of the original? Does the act of translation, like the presence of an observer or a recording device, preclude or occlude, transform or make impossible the act of bearing witness?" Fugitive Refrains (2006-07) was conceived and produced collaboratively with Butoh-trained dancer/choreographer Erin Ellen Kelly during a residency at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany. It was developed for, performed, and shot on HDV in six specific sites in the Solitude Rotwildpark forest and in the historic site of Schloss Solitude in summer 2006. The title of the video is derived from a line in a Wordsworth poem written a few decades after the construction of Schloss Solitude: "That nature yet remembers/what was so fugitive."

New Work by Ryan and Trevor Oakes
September 12-October 6, 2012 | Reception Wednesday, September 12, 4-7 pm
Co-presented with the Berkeley Center for New Media, Berkeley School of Optometry and the Zero1 Biennial

Artist talk Monday, September 17, 7:30 PM, Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley. 
Co-presented with the Berkeley Center for New Media Art, Technology and Culture Colloquium.


Colorado-born visual artists and twin brothers Ryan and Trevor Oakes have been engaged in conversation since they were children. They've had the chance to verbalize their respective experience of reality to each other since toddler-hood. This has lead to a body of jointly built art pieces that address human vision, light, perception, and the experience of space and depth in the particular way they've come to understand it. The Oakes' will be exhibiting new drawings that introduce color into their technical lexicon and sculptures which articulate their innovative understanding of human vision.


Upcoming Events:

Lecture: Vishal Jugdeo
Monday, October 8, 7:30 PM | 102 Wurster Hall

Lecture: Marisa Jahn
Monday, October 15, 7:30 PM | 102 Wurster Hall

Lecture: Gabi Ngcobo
Monday, October 22, 7:30 PM | 102 Wurster Hall



Worth Ryder Art Gallery | 116 Kroeber Hall
Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat 12-5 PM

UCB Art Practice

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