Archive for November 5, 2009

Vampires Faceoff

Here is a taste of the vampires spotted last night in the Tempe area – be careful out there, they’re mean!

Vs

-Jillian

November 5, 2009 at 8:17 pm

“It’s not easy being green”

Canalscape being installed at ASU Art Museum

Canalscape being installed at ASU Art Museum

Canalscape turns ASU Art Museum green

Canalscape turns ASU Art Museum green

Actually, it isn’t all that difficult. Especially when the Canalscape installation is in full swing at ASU Art Museum – we have green plants all over the front of the building and in the Nymphaeum (that’s our swanky name for our front entry area that’s located down the stairs). This is going to be an exciting project, and one that I personally hope becomes reality in the near future. Imagine seeing a currently-dull-and-uninhabited canal from the street, fully redesigned with parks, or shopping, or restaurants, or anything creative that reflects the neighborhood around it. We may soon have (more!) really wonderful spaces around our fair city that are inviting, relaxing, invigorating – our very own oases.

Come see what it’s about at the opening reception on Tuesday, November 10, from 6 – 9 pm at ASU Art Museum. It’s free. There will be food, drink, music and a dance performance! All this amid the fun of Tempe Greenstreets, happening outside our door on Mill Avenue in conjunction with the U.S. Greenbuild Conference. It’s going to be an exciting evening!

-diane

…in case you missed it, the title reference.

 

November 5, 2009 at 6:52 pm

Jillian Mcdonald: Zombies vs. Vampires – Premiere Reception (Fri. 13th) @ ASU Art Museum

Jillian Mcdonald: Zombies vs Vampires - Production Still from Video Shoot (2009)

Friday, November 13, 2009

5-7pm

FREE Public Reception and World Premiere

Jillian Mcdonald: Zombies vs. Vampires

 

Please join us for the FREE Public Reception and World Premiere

of Jillian Mcdonald‘s two channel video installation Zombies vs. Vampires,

a work created with the community during the artists six-week Social Studies

residency at the Arizona State University Art Museum

 

Image documentation of the six-week residency and creation of the work can be

found on the ASU Art Museum FaceBook page at:

Asuart Museumstaff

 

Commentary by the artist during the project can be found through postings

on the ASU Art Museum blog: http://asuartmuseum.wordpress.com/

 

Special thanks to all the volunteer community members who participated in the

project as Zombies, Vampires, Make-up Artists, Videographers, Still Camera

Photographer, Support Crew and Prof. Muriel Magenta.

Thank you to BlueMedia for their in-kind printing support for the installation:

http://www.bluemedia.com/

 

We look forward to having you join us!

Arizona State University Art Museum

Mill Avenue @ 10th Street

Tempe, AZ 85287-2911

t. 480.965.2787

f. 480.965.5254

e. asuartmuseum@asu.edu

w. http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu

blog. http://asuartmuseum.wordpress.com/

- John

November 5, 2009 at 6:45 pm


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