Amy Sherlock and Judith Tannenbaum on Betty Woodman
Join us at 7 PM on Thursday, December 8 at SculptureCenter for Amy Sherlock and Judith Tannenbaum on Betty Woodman, a conversation discussing the artist’s life and work during the 1990s, a crucial period in her career. Woodman (1930–2018) is recognized not only as one of the most important artists to work in ceramics—and one of those most responsible for its inclusion in contemporary art historical discourse—but also as an iconoclastic figure whose advances in several mediums made her a major voice in postwar American art. She transformed the functional history of clay into a point of departure, engaging in bold formal experiments in which she acknowledged the central role of the vessel even as she deconstructed, reassembled, and expanded upon it.
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Japanese Animation in a Global Era at Online via YouTube
In an era of ubiquitous streaming services, anime has found its way into nearly every corner of the globe. At this webinar, Mike Toole, editor at large at Anime News Network, and Thomas Lamarre, autho...
MoMA Hosts 19th Annual “To Save and Project” Film Festival at Museum of Modern Art
Through Feb 02 Thu
The Museum of Modern Art will host the 19th To Save and Project: The MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation at The Museum of Modern Art from January 12th through February 2nd. The annual fe...
Panel Discussion on Confronting Antisemitism in Westchester at Temple Israel Center
UJA-Federation of New York will host a conversation with a panel of local leaders to discuss how to confront the dramatic resurgence in antisemitism in New York. The panelists will include: Mitchell D...