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Variations at Beall Center for Art + Technology, Irvine, is the first major solo show of a pioneer of generative art. Molnár is a pioneer of generative art whose work has, for six decades, influenced artists exploring the potential of autonomous systems.
Eli Simon, the artistic director for the New Swan Shakespeare Festival and a professor in the Drama Department at UC Irvine, stands on the stage of the New Swan Theater being constructed on the plaza outside Langson Library at UC Irvine on Tuesday, May 31
The immersive film Malka Germania (“Queen Germania” in Hebrew) references our personal and collective trauma about war and subjugation and artfully turns that trauma into manna. The 40-minute three-channel video is created by Israeli native Yael Bartana.
An experienced curator with a strong track record of higher education leadership, Steven Lam will join CalArts as its next dean of the School of Art. He’ll hold the Jill and Peter Kraus Distinguished Chair in Art, and is scheduled to begin July 15, 2022.
The Beall Center’s Ian Ingram exhibition explores what the eponymous artist refers to as “animal morphology, robotic avatars, interspecies communication and technology in natural environments.” The 21 pieces in the exhibition involve 14 robots...
Conflict Into Poetry, Disorientation Into Art: Revolution Everywhere and The Messiah Triangle at UCI
Liz Goldner reviews the two current University Art Gallery shows, "Revolution Everywhere" and "The Messiah Triangle" expressing how they delve into the disorientation, sense of impending doom and ultimately hope in the Middle East and beyond.
"The exhibition was delivered online through Zoom in a series of six sessions, each focusing on different cultural archives specific to the artists’ history. This created a level of intimacy that worked towards unpacking and divulging..."
The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company will present a unique compilation of highlights from the broadcast premieres of three acclaimed works by UCI Distinguished Professor Lar Lubovitch. Read more at BROADWAY WORLD.
"To say that the Claire Trevor School of the Arts professor Mari Kimura is one-of-a-kind is an understatement. An award-winning composer, violinist and instrumentalist, Kimura’s innovative approach to sound foresees vast technological advances..."
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