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Internationally acclaimed moving and still image artists Martha Colburn, Ken Josephson, Pat O’Neill, and Marilyn Zimmerwoman promise an evening of insights into visual art making
Internationally acclaimed moving and still image artists Martha Colburn, Ken Josephson, Pat O’Neill and Marilyn Zimmerwoman promise an evening of creative insights into their visual arts making. The four contemporary art-makers will share a variety of stellar-exotic-ecstatic collage media techniques to talk shop with one another. Each artist will speak about their work with a generous selection of films, videos and photographs to be explored.
JOIN ZOOM MEETING: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81136783456?pwd=aFUzQnN0eVYzeWVRY0NZZldKYlRiUT09
Meeting ID: 811 3678 3456 Passcode: 960065
FILMS: Triumph of the Wild (2008, live 2014 with Thollem McDonas) 10:48’; An Extra Wander: for Chickie (2016) Pat O’Neill 8’; Cats Amore (2000) Martha Colburn, 2:20’; Marilyn-Nudes (1961-2012) Kenneth Josephson, Marilyn Zimmerwoman 8’; Chasing Rainbows, I Don't Wana (Go To Sleep) (2020) Pat O'Neill, Martha Colburn 2:53’; Dolls vs. Dictators (2010) Martha Colburn 11:11'; Exhibition Tour with Kenneth Josephson (2018) Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago - 2 excerpts 9:35’; Uncle Frank's Place (2021) Pat O'Neill, Martha Colburn 1:16’; Remote Control (2021) Pat O'Neill 1:45’; Water and Power (1989) - excerpt 1:54’; Berlin (2016) Pat O’Neill - excerpt 12'; and full-length presentation of No. 50 The Garden (2019) Richard Ayres, Martha Colburn 57:12’. TRT 145 minutes.
BIOS: MARTHA COLBURN is an animator, artist, sometimes musician and all round creator.
KENNETH JOSEPHSON is one of the founders of conceptual art photography.
PAT O'NEILL is an artist and filmmaker.
MARILYN ZIMMERWOMAN is a teacher of social justice incorporating gender, racial, class and economic issues in the service of raising greater consciousness.
CO-SPONSORS: AVA Gallery and Art Center, CATV, Department of Film and Media Studies Dartmouth College, Filmmakers Showcase, Howe Library, Jones Media Center - Dartmouth Library, VTIFF - Vermont International Film Foundation.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.