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Past Event

Art Globally: Artists' Perspectives

Fri Feb 26 2016

Asian Art Museum

Entire Building

6 PM – 9 PM

What we see tells us who we are; looking is never unbiased, never neutral. Social sculptor Susie Lee shapes an evening of active looking within the exhibition Paradox of Place: Contemporary Korean Art. Join us in this unique chance to view a single work from multiple, nuanced perspectives by influential professionals Royal Alley-Barnes, Lisa Fitzhugh, Evan Flory Barnes, Tonya Lockyear, Charles Mudede, and Jeffry Mitchell.

Drinks and small bites included.

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EVENING OUTLINE

6–7 PM: Mingling & exhibition viewing
7–7:30 PM: Short talks: Part 1
7:45–8:30 PM: Short talks: Part 2 & Conversation

SPEAKERS

Susie Lee, artist, social sculptor, and CEO and founder of Siren

Royal Alley-Barnes, executive director—emerita of Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute

Lisa Fitzhugh, peace broker in the public sector through Creative Ground

Evan Flory Barnes, bassist, composer, and community-bridging philosopher

Tonya Lockyer, executive and artistic director of Velocity Dance Center

Charles Mudede, writer for the Stranger, filmmaker, and leftwing cultural critic

Jeffry Mitchell, object-maker of poignant and earthy sculptures, drawings, and prints

Tickets: $10; SAM members $5
Image: Angel-Soldier (video still) (detail), 2011, Lee Yongbaek, Korean, b. 1966, HD Video Projection, 23:14 min, Courtesy of the artist.