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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 05, 2015-
Mar 05, 2015
06:00PM - 08:00PM
MUSEUM TALK: THE ART OF ALISON SAAR
Michael Schwager, Gallery Director and Professor of Art History at Sonoma State University, will explore Saar’s vision and narrative, with the pieces in the Sonoma County Museum’s exhibit.
Sonoma,
Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th St, Santa Rosa, CA
Event Description

 Los Angeles native Alison Saar is an internationally acclaimed sculptor whose often life-sized works are narratives of her personal and cultural identity. Collecting from a wide variety of sources—African and Haitian folklore, contemporary African-American culture, Catholicism, mythology, voodoo, and the practices of “outsider” artists, Saar constructs a visual language that is simultaneously historical and philosophical, accessible and explorative. 



Michael Schwager, Gallery Director and Professor of Art History at Sonoma State University, will explore Saar’s vision and narrative, with the pieces in the Sonoma County Museum’s exhibit.

Lecture sponsor receives two tickets and credit in the Museum's marketing materials.

Meet-the-speaker RECEPTION begins at 6:00pm, at the Sonoma County Museum
The TALK begins at 7:00pm and will be held at the University of San Francisco's Santa Rosa Campus located at:
 

416 B Street 
Santa Rosa, CA 95401 
(two blocks away from the Sonoma County Museum)
 

 

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Cynthia Leung     Email: Programs@sonomacountymuseum.org
Phone: 707-579-1500

 

      

 

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