Where's Art: rights and robots and Rabbett this week

Oct 7, 2019

Credit Moira Villiard

Rights of the Child: Art Opening featuring Moira Villiard

The Catalyst Content Festival 2019 opens this week, and includes, among a host of other forms of storytelling, a documentary called the Jeffry T. Larson Project.

Also Embassy 35 kicks off Wednesday night at 6:00 pm with "a happy hour experience featuring immersive sonification and visualization of the past 100 years of climate change data, with live improvisation by humans and robots" and at 7:00 pm, "the space enters ambient immersive mode."

Geli M. Korzhev (Russian, 1925-2012). "The Butcher, Tyurliki 2," 1990. Oil on canvas. Collection of The Museum of Russian Art. Gift of Raymond and Susan Johnson, 2002. L2019.1.4

Thursday night, the Tweed Museum of Art opens an exhibition called Art in Conflict, a new exhibition from The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA). The opening  features Mark Meister, executive director at TMORA, and Maria (Masha) Zavialova, curator.

 Born to Kill: Chris King & John Sebelius at the Kruk Gallery

Born to Kill: Chris King & John Sebelius at the Kruk Gallery

 

Mniidoos and Wiigaas Art Opening: Rabbett Strickland & Pat Kruse

Born to Kill: Chris King & John Sebelius at the Kruk Gallery