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  • Public
    Event
    December 20, 2015
    1pm

    A word, a sound, an image, a story: Artifacts is a multi-media work conceived and created by artist Frances McCormack, writer Sue Moon, and composer Kurt Rohde. It tells a tale of collective memory, loss, beauty and resolve.

    Notes:

    This Event is Sold Out. 

  • Public
    Event
    December 19, 2015
    12pm

    New Orleans-based artists Courtney Egan and David Sullivan talk with SVMA's Flynn O'Brien. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    Between Nature & Technology

    Notes:

    Tickets: $10 svma members  | $15 general public  

  • Family
    Studio Program
    November 21, 2015
    11am-4pm

    Gather with friends and family at the Museum on Saturday, Nov 21, from 11-4 for an inspirational and fun day of art making and holiday crafting.

    Related Exhibitions:

    Notes:

    Under 18 and SVMA FAMILY MEMBERS and above admitted Free | Adults  $10

    Pay at the door.

  • Public
    Educational Program
    November 16, 2015
    3-5pm

    Join art historian Ann Wiklund in this two-part lecture series for a fascinating look at the whole range of remarkable women photographers.

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $30 svma members | $45 general public

     

  • Public
    Educational Program
    November 7, 2015
    3-4:30pm

    Jane Baldwin talks with nationally acclaimed photographers Lonnie Graham and Laura Sackett about their approaches to their photographic work. Moderated by curator Anne Veh.

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    ONLINE TICKETS CLOSED. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR. NOTE: LIMITED AVAILABILITY. 

     

  • Public
    Educational Program
    October 17, 2015
    4-6pm

    A NGO forum on water, land and human rights, moderated by David Bolling, featuring Anuradha Mittal of the Oakland Institute, Muadi Mukenge, of  the Global Fund for Women, Lori Pottinger speaking on behalf of International Rivers, and Stephen Corry of Survival International. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public 

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    October 7, 2015
    6pm

    David B. William’s talk will recall his first encounters with the “children’s” tapestries and reveal the fascinating story behind this art form that is at once traditional and uniquely innovative. 

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    September 26, 2015 | September 26, 2015
    3-4:30pm

    Kara Women Speaks curator Anne Veh talks with artist Jane Baldwin about her 10-year project photographing the indigenous peoples and their way of life in Ethiopia's Omo River Valley. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    September 26, 2015 | September 26, 2015
    3-4:30pm

    Kara Women Speaks curator Anne Veh talks with artist Jane Baldwin about her 10-year project photographing the indigenous peoples and their way of life in Ethiopia's Omo River Valley. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    September 12, 2015
    3-4:30pm

    SVMA hosts a public forum with the extraordinary human rights and environmental activists of International Rivers, who will speak about their work to protect the globe's major rivers and the rights of communities who depend on them.   

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon!

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