An artist lecture series fundraiser for museum collection acquisitions
Material Concerns, a fundraiser of the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum’s Advisory Board supports collection acquisitions. This three-part artist lecture series features important artists as they share insights behind their multidisciplinary works and practices. Doris Sung, Maren Hassinger, and Dyani White Hawk will help explore a primary concern of the museum—artists and art works that use material in innovative and imaginative ways. Series ticket holders will enjoy presentations in the artists’ own words via Zoom and also acquire passes to the unveiling event for the new and improved museum.
Ticket sales directly fund the acquisition of art by artists of difference for the museum’s permanent collection. Each ticket includes VIP access to the museum’s re-opening party in the Spring of 2022; supporters will receive two passes to the event and participate in the reveal of significant renovations and improvements from the museum’s capital expansion.
The ticket price is not tax deductible, but supporters are encouraged to make an additional tax-deductible gift to the museum’s endowment by clicking here.
Doris Sung: sm[ART]box and Sustainable Design
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 | 6:00—7:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Doris Sung, an architect, inventor and innovator, will describe Sm[ART]box—a new sustainable architecture design with self-shading windows using thermobimetal just weeks away from installation on the CSULB campus.
Maren Hassinger: Nature Sweet Nature
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 | 6:00—7:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Multi-disciplinary artist Maren Hassinger will talk directly with audience members about the career she has crafted to explore connections between the industrial and natural worlds while incorporating dance, performance, sculpture, and collaboration.
Dyani White Hawk: A Lineage of Innovation
Wednesday, December 2, 2020 | 6:00—7:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Dyani White Hawk, a recent winner of the prestigious United States Artists award, will narrate how she has come to incorporate glass beads into her painted canvasses while calling attention to the fascinating and often misunderstood history of trade beads in Indigenous culture.