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Alternative Art Making Process: Art, Creation, and Disabilities

July 16, 2016
1:00 to 6:00 pm

Venue
SFAI Lecture Hall

Location
800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA


Hear Studio Manager/Visual Arts Instructor Paul Moshammer speak at a lecture at SFAI.

Studio Manager/Visual Arts Instructor Paul Moshammer is a speaker at Alternative Art Making Process: Art, Creation, and Disabilitiesa dedicated series of artist talks and panel discussions on art, disabilities, and "alternative" processes. Held at the San Francisco Art Institute, featured guests will share their ideas and practices, offering perspectives on the questions of approaching space, production, and instruction. The day will be educational in essence and an open dialogue in challenging the notion of "disability." 

As part of the program, a reception will take place in Studio 14 for Push Beyond Boundaries, featuring the work of SFAI alumnus Jim Kimberly and Corbett O’Toole.

Schedule:

1-2pm: Jim Kimberly (MFA1973), Push Beyond Boundaries

2-2:45pm: Access and Accessibility: Space and Disabilities

Speakers/Panelists:
Georgina Kleege, author
Emily Smith Beitiks, PhD., Associate Director, Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability
Judith Smith, Founder and Artistic Director, Axis Dance Company
Jenna Hebert, Access Programs Assistant, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

2:45-3:15 pm: Break

3:15-4pm: Corbett O’Toole, Cripping the Quilt: Challenging Structure, Form and Content

4-4:45pm: Education and Art Making Process: Looking at Disabilities Differently

Speakers/Panelists:
Carrie Katz (MFA 2013), Instructor, Alchemia
Nicole Follen, artist
Paul Moshammer, Studio Manager, Creativity Explored

4:45-5:15pm: Nat Dean (BFA 1978), The Medium May Change, But Not the Message

5:15-6pm: Reception for Push Beyond Boundaries, Diego Rivera Gallery + Studio 14

San Francisco Art Institute
800 Chestnut Street
San Jose, CA 94133
415.771.7020

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