Presentations within The Intradisciplinary Seminar Lectures (7–9pm) are free and open to the public. The seminar portion (9–10pm) is exclusive to enrolled Cooper Union students.
PLEASE NOTE -- This series meets at:
Presenters will include: Jonah Bokaer, Robert Bordo, Jim Brittingham, Peter Buckley, Sean Joseph Patrick Carney, Kimberly Drew, Jarrett Earnest, Adriana Farmiga, Day Gleeson, Ron Gorchov, Elizabeth Jaeger, Ruba Katrib, Devin Kenny, James Leary, Jayson Musson, Sophie Naess, Anne Pasternak, David Salle
Each week an artist or arts thinker gives a public presentation drawing from the specific concerns, conversations, and haranguings of their artistic discipline. Against the background of the Cooper Union, a school of fine art in a state of financial crisis, our project is to look toward the crises inherent in and among artistic disciplines themselves, and to imagine how these crises can form a basis for our learning as artists, both with and without institutions.
Join us January 26th to get the lay of the land with:
Working Definitions, or How to Achieve the Seven Things to Avoid
For the opening salvo of The Intradisciplinary Seminar, Seth Cameron (The Bruce High Quality Foundation, BHQFU) will work up, as one might a lather, various definitions that have been cast, as one might a die or an aspersion, upon the disciplines of art – of which he will claim, as one might a lost child, an island, or a piece of luggage, there are seven.
TUES 02 FEB – David Salle
TUES 09 FEB – Sean J Patrick Carney & Jayson Musson
TUES 16 FEB – Jarrett Earnest
TUES 23 FEB – Jonah Bokaer
TUES 08 MAR – Peter Buckley & Day Gleeson
TUES 22 MAR – Devin Kenny
TUES 29 MAR – Adriana Farmiga & Elizabeth Jaeger
TUES 05 APR – Robert Bordo, Jim Brittingham, James Leary & Sophy Naess
TUES 12 APR – Kimberly Drew
TUES 19 APR – Ruba Katrib
TUES 26 APR – Anne Pasternak
TUES 03 MAY – Ron Gorchov
The Spring 2016 Intradisciplinary Lectures is part of the Robert Lehman Visiting Artist Program at The Cooper Union. Cooper Union is grateful for major funding support from the Robert Lehman Foundation.
ONLINE ENROLLMENT FOR SPRING IS CLOSED.
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Seth Cameron is a painter and writer and part of The Bruce High Quality Foundation. The Foundation creates installations, videos, paintings, sculptures, performances, and institutions that reveal our collective creative agency within the seemingly monolithic forces of art and social history. The Foundation has exhibited in The Whitney Biennial, the Venice Bienniale, and the Lyon Bienniale. The past few years have included exhibitions with The Lever House, Vito Schnabel, Mark Fletcher, and Acquavella Gallery in New York; Galerie Bruno Bischofberger in Zurich; Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels; and McClaine Gallery in Houston. In 2012 the Foundation did a national arts education tour with Creative Time. In 2013 The Brooklyn Museum hosted its first museum retrospective. Cameron currently serves as President of BHQFU.