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Art21 Access ’07 Events – October 2, 2007

Texas State University
601 University Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
Ecology at 9:30am
Protest at 12:30pm
Introduced by Dr. James Housefield, who will place the episode in a broader context and host discussion after the screening. Protest screening is hosted by Dr. James Housefield, and introduced by Andy Campbell. These events are part of the Texas State Art & Culture Lecture Series, co-sponsored by the NEH Distinguished Teaching Professorship. Screenings will be held in the JCM Building, room 2121, Department of Art & Design.

Nevada Museum of Art
160 West Liberty Street
Reno, NV 89501
All four episodes will run on a continuous loop on the monitor in the Discover Center, an interpretive, hands-on gallery located in the Nevada Museum of Art. On view 10am to 5pm from Oct 1-10.

Delaware Art Museum
2301 Kentmere Parkway
Wilmington, DE 19806
Romance at 11am
Screening for museum docents, volunteers, and instructors.

The Galleries at Moore
Moore College of Art and Design
20th Street and the Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Romance at 11:30am
This screening will be presented as part of Moore’s Art and Lunch series. It is free and open to the public.

Kendall College of Art and Design
17 Fountain Street NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Protest at 11:30am

Institute of Contemporary Art
Maine College of Art
522 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
Romance at 12:30pm. Discussion to follow.

Columbia College Art Department
Room 137, R. Wright Spears Music Art Center
1301 Columbia College Drive
Columbia, SC 29203
Romance at 12:30pm
Special lunchtime preview screening and discussion for students, faculty and the general public.

Figge Art Museum
225 W. Second Street
Davenport, IA 52801
Romance at 1:00pm.
The Curator of Education will introduce the series, show the film, and facilitate a discussion afterwards.

Utah Museum of Fine Arts
410 Campus Center Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Protest at 1:00pm

Powerhouse Museum
500 Harris Street
Sydney, NSW 01238
+61 2 9217 0286
Ecology and Paradox screening daily from Oct 1-14. Screenings will take place daily in the museum’s King’s Cinema and run from 3-5pm.

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Department of Art Education, 7th Floor
37 S. Wabash Avenue
Chicago, IL 60660
Protest and Ecology at 3:30pm
The preview will be a special event for Department of Art Education teachers and students.

Caribbean Art Exchange
Grenada Arts Council Gallery at Lagoon Road
St George’s, Grenada
Romance and Paradox at 5pm
Gain insight into the minds of contemporary artists as they describe their process. Leading the discussion are Dr. Oliver Benoit and Dr. Susan Mains of St. George’s University.

Asheville Art Museum
2 South Pack Square at Pack Place
Asheville, NC 28801
Protest and Ecology at 6:00pm
Discussions after both episodes will be led by a Museum staff member and selected faculty from area universities. Open to everyone, college and high school students are especially encouraged to attend. Co-sponsored by the Special Collections Library of UNC Asheville.

Peace and Social Justice Center of South Central KS
at Interfaith Ministeries
917 N. Market St.
Wichita, KS 67214
Protest at 6:30pm
This event is one of 4 preview screenings and discussions taking place in Wichita in partnership with the Ulrich Museum of Art and KPTS public television.

Missoula Art Museum
335 North Pattee Street
Missoula, MT 59802
Protest at 6:30pm
A discussion will follow the screening with MAM staff and art academics.

SUNY College at Fredonia
Dept. of Visual Arts and New Media
221 Rockefeller Arts Center
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ecology at 7pm
Screening and Q & A with Visual Concepts Freshman Seminar students. Facilitated by Prof. Leesa Rittelmann. Freshman Visual Arts and New Media students enrolled in this course will conduct research on each artist prior to the screening and field audience questions based on their research.

Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Ecology at 7:00pm
Ecology provides glimpses into Mark Dion’s studio and the making of his project at the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle. This event is free with museum admission. To reserve your space, please call the SAM Box Office at 206-654-3121.

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