Identity Issues: Feminist and Queer Art

Jan. 16, 2016 | 2pm | Instructor David Rohn
'One of These Things Doesn't Belong Here' Tawney Silva 2015

‘One of These Things Doesn’t Belong Here’ Tawney Silva 2015

Artists that the lecture will cover and may be present for the lecture (including but not limited to):

Tawney Silva
Patricia Schnall-Gutierrez
Adrienne Rose Gionta
Raine’ Ellza and GUNT Collective

Lebeau Foto
Darin Wixon
Aleister Eaves

Carol Jazzar
Homo Sapiens Collab
Michael Borofsky

Instructor: David Rohn, Visual & Performance Artist

David Rohn

David Rohn grew up in the NY suburbs, by turn New Jersey, Long Island and Connecticut, studied art and urbanism at Colgate and NYU, then Architecture at Ecole des Beaux Arts (Paris) and Pratt Institute, (NY) He worked in Design and Architecture in New York during the ’80’s and moved back to Paris to do art full time in ’89. He moved to Miami in ’93 where he began to evolve from Installation to performance and to write about art locally. The self-portrait work grew out of performance during a series of exhibitions including photography, installation and interactive performance at Carol Jazzar Contemporary Art, Miami, from 2008 to 2014, when the gallery closed. In 2008, Rohn formed Homo Sapiens Collab with Danilo de la Torre a form collaborative video and multimedia performance projects. Rohn has participated regularly in local museum, gallery, and performance venues in and around Miami, as well as Germany, Israel, Los Angeles and New York.

 

 

Art History Lectures

Issues in Modern and Contemporary Art and World Culture

Class Schedule

 

Saturdays at 2PM • $5 per class.

Area professors and visual artists will be providing the instruction for the classes.

Free for members, North Miami Residents,
and City of North Miami employees

Art teachers may register with the district for professional development credits.Reading list provided for each lecture: Schedule of topics are listed below.

DECEMBER

12/19 • The impact of Art Fairs and Art Market Speculation

JANUARY

1/16 Identity Issues: Feminist and Queer art
1/23 
• Identity Issues: Ethnicity and Nationality
1/30 
• The Body

FEBRUARY

2/6 • Time
2/13 
• Place
2/20 
• Language
2/27 
• Spirituality

MARCH

3/5 • Science and technology
3/12 
• Learning from Outsider Artists

APRIL

4/2 • Handiwork, the place of craft in art today
4/9 
• Street artists
4/16 
• Trends in  Architecture

Call 305.893.6211 to register

How will teachers earn Master Plan Points?
For every two lectures attended, teachers can register for 4 master plan points. Each class will consist of 1 hour of lecture, followed by 30 minutes of discussion and/or a walkthrough of an exhibition. Teachers must complete 1 hour of a follow up activity, which includes developing a lesson plan.