701 Mission Street
San Francisco, California 94103

From the Salon to the Moshpit: Creating Spaces of Assembly
In 2008, the Bay Area will be activated with a wealth of exhibitions and events examining the impact of feminist art and ideology on contemporary art. This panel brings together a selection of women artists, musicians and curators to discuss the legacy of feminist art and critique, especially as it affects the work of a younger generation of artists working locally and internationally. Panelists JD Samson, of the band Le Tigre, Emily Roysdon, an artist, writer and member of the collective LTTR, and San Francisco-based curator and educator Jill Dawsey will discuss the process of building collaborative networks of support that feed their own individual creative practices as well as those of their friends and peers. They will talk about exhibitions, journals, rock concerts and other spaces of assembly they've created to bring people in their expanded networks together.
The panel will be moderated by YBCA's Associate Visual Arts Curator Berin Golonu.
Campari cocktails preceding and following the discussion.

Campari Talks is a year-long series of artist- and curator-led discussions presented in partnership with non-profit art institutions around the country. For more information visit - CampariUSA.com

Saturday, November 17, 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Conversation 6:00 – 7:00 pm

Panel including JD Samson, Emily Roysdon, Jill Dawsey moderated by YBCA’s Associate Visual Arts Curator Berin Golonu

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Grand Lobby and Screening Room
701 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94103

Public Info:
Limited seating – please RSVP to 415-373-0815
For more information, call 415-373-0815 or visit CampariUSA.com
All attendees must be over the age of 21.

Official Website: http://www.ybca.org/emails/ealert/nov07/campari_ealert.htm

Added by yellowiulo on November 14, 2007