SJMA’s ongoing series “Beta Space” serves as an experimental laboratory for artists. Diana Thater’s captivating work examines the intersection of science and magic, featuring dung beetles and their relationship with the milky way. With this exploratory thinking as inspiration, take part in an interactive tour of Beta Space: Diana Thater then create your own out-of-this world sculpture. Stretch your imagination together in this workshop designed for both children and adults.
As the artists in the exhibition Covert Operations remind us, 9/11 changed everything—even the world of gaming. Henry Lowood will discuss the ways that game designers, players, and artists who work with digital games have responded to the terrorist attacks of 9/11.
SJMA’s popular “Booze and Brushes” program switches medium to drawing, inspired by the art of José Clemente Orozco. Buy a drink and sketch from a live model.
A curious and whimsical evening in which the most modern of technology is reimagined in an earlier time. All proceeds benefit educational programs at SJMA.