Saturday, January 8
12-3:30pm PST
Free In-Person Event

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*Feature Film Tragedy Screening, 12-2pm
Discussion, 2-3:30pm 
Culver Center of the Arts

Please join us for a discussion with exhibition artist and curator Lynne Marsh and Kimberli Meyer, in conversation with artists Olivia Mole and Vishal Jugdeo, critic Jan Tumlir, and curator Anuradha Vikram.

*Due to the increase in Covid-19 spread at this time, we are requiring proof of full vaccination to attend this film screening

Anuradha Vikram is a writer, curator, and educator based in Los Angeles, who works with process-based, public, and participatory art forms, with a focus on transcultural approaches to technology, social engagement, and the body.

Jan Tumlir is an art-writer, teacher and curator who lives in Los Angeles. He is a contributing editor for the local art journal X-TRA; his articles appear regularly in Artforum, Aperture, Flash Art and occasionally in Art Review and Frieze.

Vishal Jugdeo is an interdisciplinary artist who works with video, installation, performance and sculpture to construct experimental approaches to narrative. He is Assistant Professor in New Genres in the UCLA Department of Art.

Olivia Mole is an artist based in Los Angeles who works with installation, animation, performance and mixed reality. She is Visiting Faculty in Art and Technology and at Calarts School of Art.

Kimberli Meyer is a cultural producer, curator, and designer working in art and architecture; she has led the MAK Center for Art and Architecture at the Schindler House in Los Angeles, and the University Art Museum at CSU Long Beach.

Lynne Marsh, a Canadian artist based in Los Angeles, enlists moving image, performance and installation into an ongoing inquiry of specific sites of human spectacle. She is Associate Professor in the Department of Art at UCR.

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