The Tang at Skidmore has announced their Fall 2015 exhibits which include special events celebrating their 15th anniversary.
The Museum opened in October 2000, and in recognition a special celebration is planned beginning at 4:30 pm Saturday, Oct. 17, with a panel discussion featuring Dayton Director Ian Berry and the Museum’s two former directors, Charlie Stainback and John Weber. The conversation will explore the Tang, its history, and the idea of a teaching museum. The discussion is followed by the release of Everything is Connected, a book about the Tang’s history, special performances by poet Joshua Beckman and artist Kamau Amu Patton, and a reception. All events are free and open to the public.
The Tang will also be presenting two exhibitions this fall that touch upon important aspects of the Museum’s mission. Opening September 5 will be Affinity Atlas, which underscores the Museum’s history of experimentation by combining objects from its growing collection with contemporary art. Opening September 19 is Machine Project â€” The Platinum Collection (Live by Special Request), which brings Los Angeles-based artist Mark Allen back to campus (he’s a 1993 Skidmore College graduate), where he and a group of artist collaborators will create new works responding to the campus and local community.
Check out the full calendar of events and make some plans for this Fall.