Wild Times: The Trajectory of an Aesthetic
LECTURE WITH KOLYA RICE
Thursday, May 29, 2014 7 – 8 pm
Frye Art Museum Auditorium
704 Terry Avenue Seattle, Washington 98104
As part of Wild Times at the Frye, Kolya Rice will discuss and investigate the salient aspects of Susan Robb’s aesthetic, its development, its relation to other artists’ work and philosophical positions. The lecture will draw together the many satellite activities surrounding the project.
Rice, currently a Ph.D. candidate in modern and contemporary art history and criticism at the University of Washington (UW), received an M.A. from Rice University. He is an adjunct professor in the UW’s Art History and Master of Arts in Museology program and also teaches at the University of Washington and Cascadia Community College. In addition, Rice has taught a wide range of courses on western art, theory, and criticism at the University of Puget Sound and Seattle University.
OTHER UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE FRYE:
Saturdays, June 7 – September 13 Wild Times: Stop Trying to be Funny Graham Downing
Sundays, June 8 – September 14 Wild Times: Formulary for a New Wildness Eric Olson and Nicole Wiggins
Wednesday, September 3 – Sunday, September 7 Trail Magic Master Class Mandy Greer