Critical Voices continues with Jennifer Steinkamp
The Museum is pleased to announce the return of the Critical Voices lecture series with a pair of events this spring. Conceived in 2006 and dedicated to the late art critic Clement Greenberg, the series brings nationally and internationally renowned artists, art historians, critics, curators, and theorists to Portland to discuss the ideas that shape contemporary art and institutions worldwide.
On Sunday, May 17, at 2 p.m., the series continues with Jennifer Steinkamp: Diaspore. A pioneering artist in digital media, California-based Jennifer Steinkamp is internationally recognized for her breathtaking installations of projected, computer-generated imagery. Steinkamp juxtaposes the organic and inorganic, the real and invented in room filling works that reflect upon the increasing synthesis of our real and virtual worlds. Advance tickets are available now.
If you missed Jesper Just: In Conversation on April 6, you can watch the video here:
Hear Venice's Soundscape
If you missed our March 30 lecture "Imagining Venice’s Soundscape: Rituals of Music in Early Modern Venice," not to worry—you can watch the talk by Wendy Heller, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Music and Director of the Program in Italian Studies at Princeton University, on our YouTube channel or right here. Videos of the Venice lectures are posted on the Venice Multimedia page soon after the event. Enjoy!
This stunning exhibition (on view through May 11) explores the golden age of art and music during the 16th through 18th centuries. You won’t want to miss this celebration of Venetian art, music, and culture. Portland is the only U.S. venue for this incredible international exhibition. Tickets are on sale now!