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Film & Performance
July 18, 7pm
CF's Summer Film Series: Exit Through The Gift Shop

Featured Events

Jun 27, 2017, 10am

Desert Dwellers

Sep 6, 2017, 7pm
Wednesday • September 6 7:00—8:30 P.M. Singer Hall Free and open to the public   Photographer scott b. davis will discuss the photograph Dead Man, Colorado Desert, 1937 by Edward Weston.   Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Longer Ways to Go: Photography of the American Road.   RSVP available soon.   About scott b. davis Scott B. Davis (born 1971) is an American photographer known for his black and white images of the Southern California landscape. Davis, who writes his name foregoing capitalization, utilizes a century-old platinum printing process and self-built camera to make 16" x 20" contact prints.

Middle of the Road: Artist Lecture with Kōzō Miyoshi

Sep 13, 2017, 7pm
Wednesday • September 13 7:00—8:30 P.M. Singer Hall Free and open to the public Photographer Kōzō Miyoshi will discuss his photographs of Route 66 that inspired the Museum's exhibition Longer Ways to Go: Photography of the American Road. RSVPs available soon. Image: Kōzō Miyoshi, Near Lavic, California, 1996. Collection Center for Creative Photography. ©Kōzō Miyoshi.  

Relics from the Deep: Ceramics from Vietnam’s Hoi An Ship Wreckage

Oct 4, 2017, 12pm
Wednesday • October 4 12:00—12:30 P.M. Asian Gallery Free for Members, included with General Admission In the 15th century a Vietnamese ship carrying export ceramics, the Hoi An, sank near the Cham Island. A fisherman uncovered the remains of the Hoi An in 1993, leading to the discovery of over 150,000 Vietnamese ceramics. Join Carolyn Greene, Curatorial Assistant of Asian Art at Phoenix Art Museum, to explore the Museum's collection of ceramics from the Hoi An excavation and their relevance to the Asian Gallery. Please join us for an $18 cash (tax & gratuity Included) no-host lunch at Palette following the talk.   Presented by Asian Arts Council, a support group of Phoenix Art Museum.&n... (View more)

Logan Lecture Series: Laura Lima

Oct 11, 2017, 6:30pm
Pioneering artist Laura Lima’s works create situations of encounter and complicity between actor and spectator, pushing the boundaries of how visitors experience art in museum spaces. She characterizes her works as “not performance, not installation, not cinema.” Rather, she always acts as “an artist who is not present,” instead “constructing an atmosphere for others to perform” by engaging performers to interact directly with visitors in the gallery. Blurring the boundaries between performer and viewer in these bodily encounters, Lima’s works implicate spectators in unpredictable dramas that unfold in the gallery as if on a stage.    Laura Lima lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. She is the 20... (View more)