Arts & Minds Lecture: A William Kentridge Evening
Arts & Minds Lecture
Tuesday, March 17, 2009, 7:00pm
DIA Lecture Hall, John R Loggia Entrance
Arts & Minds is an annual series of lectures offering a diverse array of ideas, critiques, and new interpretations in a wide variety of works of art.
With South African history and the legacy of colonialism as a point of departure, internationally acclaimed artist William Kentridge creates works of art that mix divergent traditions. In his animated films, drawings, and prints, Kentridge offers moral measure of our time and invites the viewers to draw their own conclusions. KentridgeJoin noted international curators, historians, thinkers, and artists at the DIA for fresh views and candid conversations on art, history, and culture. will discuss his work and the influence of history, music, and philosophy.
William Kentridge: Artist Lecture
7:00pm, DIA Lecture Hall, John R Loggia Entrance
Free and open to the public
This event is sponsored by Janis and Bill Wetsman.
Join hosts Janis and Bill Wetsman, Gayle and Andrew Camden, Dede and Oscar Feldman, and Stanley and Marilyn Finkel Brown to meet William Kentridge. By Reservation only
Cocktail Reception Only, 6:00pm $30 Kresge Court.
Cocktail Reception and Dinner, 8:00pm $100 Rivera Court
Includes cocktail reception and valet parking.
Cash valet available at the Loggia; Self parking available in the Cultural Center John R Lot. R.S.V.P. By March 10th for the Reception or Reception and Dinner to Tarya Stanford at 313.833.4020 or firstname.lastname@example.org or by enclosed card. No refunds after March 10th.