Viewpoints Gallery presents: Color, Light, Space – Video Lecture Sessions
In September 2011, Dick Nelson and Viewpoints Gallery launched an ambitious one-year project designed to promote visual literacy by creating an educational program and exhibition titled “Color. Light. Space.” Eleven Maui artists were selected to participate in a series of documented seminars over the past year, focusing on each of these three areas to encourage new challenges and insights.
Their efforts are evident in the exhibition which opened on October 26, with works executed in various media such as watercolors, oils, quilts, works on wood, pastels, kiln-formed glass and hand-made books. The show runs through December 5. The artists, in alphabetical order, are Connie Adams, George Alla, Joelle C, Michael Clements, Cynthia Conrad, Robin Ferrier, Kit Gentry, Lisa Kasprzycki, Diana Lehr, Karuna Santoro, and John Shoemaker.
In conjunction with the show, Dick Nelson will lead a series of educational presentations at Viewpoints Gallery in November and at UH-Maui College in January. An introductory presentation will be held at Viewpoints Gallery on Sunday, Nov. 4 from 4 to 6 p.m. with the opportunity to meet the artists, listen to their impressions and see a sampling of the video-lecture series. All events are open to artists and the general public.
Video-Lecture Sessions at Viewpoints Gallery
Sunday, Nov. 4, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. General presentation of the videos and lectures in relation to the CLS show
Thursdays, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
- Nov. 8 – Video 1: A lecture and conversation on COLOR
- Nov. 15 – Video 2: A lecture and conversation on LIGHT
- Nov. 29 – Video 3: A lecture and conversation on SPACE
Video-Lecture Sessions at UH Maui College, Heona 2 classroom
Monday, Nov. 19, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. General presentation of the videos and lectures in relation to the CLS show
Thursdays, 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
- Jan. 10 – Video 1: A lecture and conversation on COLOR
- Jan. 17 – Video 2: A lecture and conversation on LIGHT
- Jan. 24 – Video 3: A lecture and conversation on SPACE