Jarrett Earnest


The history of art has collapsed under the weight of the contemporary world. Artists and writers now must ask fundamental questions anew: “What defines art? What is the purpose of writing about it? And, facing our current tumultuous reality, why bother with art at all?Jarrett Earnest

Wendy Evans Joseph, FAIA

Martine Gutierrez

Lindsay Starr and Daedelus Hoffman


We practice on the fringes where it’s DIY or die. Lindsay Starr and Daedelus Hoffman

Ian Pedigo


We may no longer be able to lay claim to a new avant-garde or to sweeping historic art movements in this pluralistic environment, but we can adapt and advance our understanding of what art is and how it functions in relation to how we perceive and experience it. Ian Pedigo, Modal Environs Manifesto, Modal Environs – Art as Expanding Microcosm

Robyn O’Neil with Tyler Green


The artist will sign books from 5:30 to 6:30 pm.
Cafe Modern will not be open. A cash bar will be available in the Grand Lobby.

Alejandro Cesarco


Alejandro Cesarco’s work is influenced by literature and literary theory, and by the fragile relationships that exist between imagery, language, and meaning.  Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s Collection Online

Amber Bemak and Nadia Granados


What happens to our bodies when the camera touches us and looks at us? Who is watching and who is returning that look? How is a body torn apart audio visually? Does the staging of the real devour the real? What is a woman? Where does the idea end and the stereotype begin?

Power to Heal: Medicare and the Civil Rights Revolution

This documentary tells a poignant chapter in the historic struggle to secure equal and adequate access to healthcare for all Americans. Central to the story is the tale of how a new national program, Medicare, was used to mount a dramatic, coordinated effort that desegregated thousands of hospitals across the country in a matter of months.

NR - mature subject matter
56 minutes


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