Public Engagement Flash Talks provide an opportunity for visitors to glean a unique perspective on art works displayed in the galleries through speakers who are connected to the art in sometimes unusual ways.
For this talk on N. Dash’s current Hammer Project, guest curator Corrina Peipon, who has developed a unique perspective on the artist having worked closely with her to develop this exhibition, will give us a glimpse into the complex process this artist uses to develop works that intersect painting, photography, fiber art, and sculpture in unexpected ways.
Part of the curatorial department, the Public Engagement program collaborates with artists to develop and present works that create an exchange with the institution and with visitors. Enacted both inside and outside the galleries, Public Engagement projects range from re-envisioned security guard uniforms to library and orchestra residencies. The Hammer Museum's Public Engagement program is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.
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ALL HAMMER PUBLIC PROGRAMS ARE FREE.
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