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Lecture series at the Siddhartha Art Gallery

Limited seating - call 4218048    

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011-5.30 pm

Kathryn Myers is a Professor of Studio Art at the University of Connecticut. For the past decade, her work has been inspired and influenced by South Asian Art and Culture, particularly her frequent visit to India. She is currently a Regional Fulbright Scholar and is researching Contemporary Art in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Her talk will focus on a brief survey of her work for over the past two decade.

Susan Calza is a mixed media artist. She received her M.F.A. From the University of Illinois, Urbans-Champaign. She is a Professor of Art at Johnson State College in Johnson, Vermont and co-directs a Low Residency M.F.A. Program in collaboration with the Vermont Studio Center.
Before coming to Johnson, she was the Chair of the Sculpture Program at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.Her work is interdisciplinary in nature and incorporates video, audio, drawing, painting, sculpture and performance.

In 2009 she had a one person exhibition at the Dowley Gallery, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.In October 2011, she will have one person exhibition at the Bettmann Studio in Middlesex, Vermont. In March 2012, she will have a one person exhibition at the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery, Johnson State College, Johnson, Vermont. Susan has received grants form the Illinois Arts Commission, the Indiana Commission on the Arts, the Vermont State Arts Council, the University of Illinois,  Indiana University, Johnson State College. She has been on sabbatical since December 2010 and has spent the past 5 months first in New York and then Nepal. The KCAC will be collaborating with Susan Calza in the future.Her talk will discuss the fluid nature of her work and it's influences as well as BFA and MFA education in the United States

 


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