Interviewing James Esber during One Work, Tang Teaching Museum, 2014
Interviewing David Brooks during One Work, Tang Teaching Museum, 2014
Interviewing Ann Pibal during One Work, Tang Teaching Museum, 2014
Interviewing Anya Kielar during One Work, Tang Teaching Museum, 2014
A series of focused public dialogues with visiting artists about their artwork on display in the Tang Collection exhibition One Work.
The Alfred Z. Solomon Residency
The Alfred Z. Solomon Residency Fund was established by a bequest to Skidmore College in 2005. It supports short and long-term residencies at the Tang Teaching Museum in collaboration with Art History and Art departments to bring notable scholars, artists, and critics to classrooms, studios, and the museum. The residencies address a wide range of issues in the visual arts and feature a variety of opportunities for both formal and informal interaction.
One Work features nine large-scale artworks from the Tang Collection. Exploring a range of approaches to subject matter and media, the works include recent painting, photography, and sculpture by David Brooks, James Esber, Elger Esser, Anya Kielar, Julian LaVerdiere, Ann Pibal, Katy Schimert, Jonathan Seliger, and Beverly Semmes.
These works form the syllabus for a series of artist interviews organized and conducted by Skidmore students in the Art History course AH-351A. The interviews will be recorded and archived to serve as an important source of information on the artists and the Tang Collection for the future.
2014 Solomon Residency Schedule of Events
Interview with Ann Pibal
Thursday, February 20, 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Interview with David Brooks
Thursday, March 20, 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Interview with Anya Kielar
Thursday, March 27, 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Interview with Beverly Semmes
Thursday, April 3, 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Interview with Julian Laverdiere
Thursday, April 24, 5:30 – 6:30 pm