Museum
Events

All MCAM exhibitions and programs are open to the public. Admission is free unless otherwise stated.

closing reception AUG 30, 2015 A+P+I Closing Reception 6:00–8:00 PM, ART MUSEUM The Mills College Art Museum is excited to present new works created by the A+P+I artists while in residence at Mills College. Come meet the artists and see what their 5-month residency inspired! Refreshments provided.

Art + Process + Ideas (A+P+I) is a new artist-in-residence program created in collaboration with the Mills College Studio Art Department.
opening reception SEP 16, 2015 Opening Reception for Public Works: Artists' Interventions 1970s–Now 6:00–8:00 PM, ART MUSEUM The Mills College Art Museum is excited to present Public Works: Artists' Interventions 1970s–Now
Sherk SEP 23, 2015 Bonnie Ora Sherk 7:00 PM, DANFORTH LECTURE HALL Sherk is an American landscape architect, planner, educator, artist, and founder of “The Farm” and “A Living Library.” Her work examines the interrelationship of plants, animals, and humans with the goal of creating sustainable systems for social transformation. Her Sitting Still series, 1970, is featured in Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s–Now at the Mills College Art Museum.
Frock and Zimbardo NOV 4, 2015 Christian L. Frock and Tanya Zimbardo 7:00 PM, DANFORTH LECTURE HALL Frock and Zimbardo are the co-curators of Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s–Now at the Mills College Art Museum. Frock is an independent writer, curator and educator whose focuses on art and politics, and the role of artists in public life and social justice. Invisible Venue, the alternative curatorial enterprise Frock founded and has directed since 2005, collaborates with artists to present art in public spaces, online and in the built environment. Zimbardo is the assistant curator of media arts at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Among other exhibitions, she co-curated public commissions for the off-site exhibition 2012 SECA Art Award (2013) and has organized numerous screenings of film, video, and performance-based work at the museum and other venues.
Katz NOV 11, 2015 Jonathan D. Katz, "How AIDS Changed American Art" 7:00 PM, LISSER HALL Katz, the 2015 Jane Green Endowment for Studies in Art History and Criticism speaker, is the Director of the Visual Studies Doctoral Program, University of Buffalo (SUNY). He was the co-curator of the 2010 exhibition, Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture, and is co-curating Art AIDS America, which opens this October.