LECTURE SERIES: ART IN PROGRESS (some art movements from 1950s to today)
Tuesday 22nd July 17:30 to 18:30
Lecture 1 -1950s | Abstraction
The first lecture explores abstract art, beginning with the artists who defined the Abstract Expressionist movement in the 1950s.
The lecture will be given by Hayden Proud, Curator of Historical Paintings and Sculpture at Iziko SANG.
Tuesday 5th August 17:30 to 18:30
Lecture 2 –1960s-1970s | De-materialisation
The theme of the second lecture is the “de-materialisation” of art. Part 1 focuses on the artists of the 1960s and 70s who used industrial rather than “fine art” materials and Part 2 looks at when artists’ bodies became the medium. The convenors are Winnie Sze, independent curator, and Annemi Conradie, former lecturer at Michaelis School of Fine Art and currently a PhD in Art History candidate at Stellenbosch University.
Tuesday 19 August 17:30 to 18:30
Lecture 3 –1970s-1990s | New media
“New media” is explored in the third lecture. It is a broad umbrella term describing photo-based art, video, electronic installation and internet art, and we look at how artists have been using it from the late 1970s to today. This lecture will be given by Carine Zaayman, lecturer in new media and curatorship at Michaelis School of Fine Art.
Tuesday 2nd September 17:30 to 18:30
Lecture 4 –Today | Contemporary art
This lecture brings us to today, with the question what is Contemporary Art? Marilyn Martin is a senior scholar at Michaelis School of Fine Art and an independent curator and writer.
T H Barry Lecture Theatre, Iziko South African Museum
Members R40 per lecture, R120 for the lecture series
Non Members R50 per lecture, R160 for the lecture series
Students R20 per lecture