October 17, 2015, 12pm
Join us for a series of events in celebration of the museum’s 15th anniversary.
Noon: Family Saturday Join us for a fun, free drop-in art-making activity, suitable for children age five and older, with an adult companion.
1:00 pm: Tang Guide Tour A Skidmore College student from the Tang Guide Program leads a free public tour.
2:00 pm: SVAN Panel Discussion Learn about careers in the visual arts through a discussion with Skidmore alumni working in the field. Presented by the Skidmore Visual Arts Network.
5:30 pm: Everything is Connected
A discussion with Dayton Director Ian Berry, and former director John Weber, moderated by Barbara Kahn Moller ‘78, followed by the release of the book Everything is Connected, about the Tang’s history.
6:30 pm: 15th Anniversary Opening Reception
A public reception for the exhibitions Affinity Atlas, Machine Project — The Platinum Collection (Live by Special Request), and Dismantling the House will begin at 5:30. During that time, visitors can also experience special performances from poet Joshua Beckman and from artist Kamau Amu Patton, who will be performing themed nomad no plastic form, a sound performance for voice and electronics that explores themes of language, machine communication, and sonic augmentation.
All events are free and open to the public.