NYC Bus Trips are open to all members of the SMFA community. Bus departs from SMFA at 7am and arrives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (5th Ave & 82nd) in NYC around 11 am. You are free to explore the city (maps are provided) until 7pm when the bus departs from in front of the Met. $10, sign up at Student Affairs.
12:30PM - 5:30PM
2 pm on site:
Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury Street
Worcester, MA 02169
S.A. Bachman will discuss the 17' x 67' mural photograph that THINK AGAIN has installed in the Renaissance Court, also known as The Wall at WAM, in conjunction with a large-scale outdoor projection. Additionally, she will lecture on the history of THINK AGAIN in the context of other projects they have installed. The installation has been in place for two years, and will be de-installed a few days after the lecture.
Please join us for this unique opportunity to view one of the world's larger photographs in situ.
A bus with limited seating will be leaving SMFA, 230 The Fenway, at 12:30 and will return to SMFA by 5:30.There are still spots availableplease contact Christopher Ford, email@example.com, to reserve a spot on the bus for $1.
12:30PM - 1:45PM
SMFA Library presents:
Navigating the Labyrinth: A Series of Talks on How, Why, and What We Read
Join us for our first lecture of the semester:
Jim Dow is a teacher of Photography and Visual and Critical Studies at SMFA, as well as a published author and photographer. He is a prolific storehouse of knowledge and an immense asset to the SMFA community. Jim will be speaking with his usual finesse, clarity, and humor, addressing the vital questions of how, why, and what we read.
5:30PM - 8:30PM
Tufts University Art Gallery, Aidkeman Arts Center
40 Talbot Avenue
Somerville, MA 02144
Faculty member Noit Banai will lecture on site specificity and installation art at the "Renovating Walden" exhibition. Bring your own food and drink.