EVENTS

Jan
27
Sat
Group Exhibition | The U.S. Mexico Border: Place for Imagination & Possibility @ 516 Arts - Albuquerque Museum
Jan 27 – Apr 15 all-day
Group Exhibition | The U.S. Mexico Border: Place for Imagination & Possibility @ 516 Arts - Albuquerque Museum | Albuquerque | New Mexico | United States

516 ARTS, in partnership with the Albuquerque Museum, announces The US-Mexico Border: Place, Imagination, and Possibility co-curated by Dr. Lowery Stokes Sims and Ana Elena Mallet. The group exhibition presents the work of over 40 designers and artists working along the US-Mexico border who are engaging with the intersections of culture that have developed in the region while considering the welfare and wellbeing of migrants and citizens who live there. This exhibition was originated at the Craft & Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, where it was part of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative and supported by major grants from the Getty Foundation. The main exhibition in Albuquerque is hosted by 516 ARTS, and has been expanded into a collaboration with an additional exhibition site at the Albuquerque Museum and accompanying interdisciplinary public programs around Albuquerque.

Feb
17
Sat
Solo Museum Exhibition | Along the Border: Guillermo Galindo @ Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum
Feb 17 – Apr 22 all-day
Solo Museum Exhibition | Along the Border: Guillermo Galindo @ Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum | Saratoga Springs | New York | United States

Along the Border presents the work of experimental composer, multimedia artist, and performance artist Guillermo Galindo to explore the economic, political, and social issues around the Mexico-United States border. Since 2009, Galindo has created a series of instruments, or as Galindo calls them, “cybertotemic sonic objects,” that are crafted from discarded objects found at multiple sites along the 2000-mile national divide. On exhibit are works constructed from discarded cans, shoes, bicycle wheels, wood, leather, and more.

The exhibition is curated by Skidmore College Professor Emeritus of Economics Mehmet Odekon and Tang Museum Assistant Director for Curatorial Affairs and Malloy Curator Rachel Seligman with Curatorial Assistant Molly Channon.

Feb
27
Tue
Visiting Artist | UC Berkeley Class with Professor Ronald Rael @ Department of Art Practice
Feb 27 all-day
Mar
1
Thu
Visiting Artist | Stanford University Mohr Visiting Artist Program @ Department of Art & Art History
Mar 1 – May 31 all-day
Visiting Artist | Stanford University Mohr Visiting Artist Program @ Department of Art & Art History | Stanford | California | United States
Guillermo Galindo
2017-2018
The Stanford University Department of Art & Art History will host Guillermo Galindo during the spring 2018 term as the seventh Mohr Visiting Artist.
The Office of the Vice President for the Arts administers the Mohr Visiting Artist Program which brings acclaimed and emerging artists to campus for a one-term period to teach a credited course and provide a presentation, exhibition or performance for the Stanford community and the public.
Mar
19
Mon
Workshop | Resonance @ Skidmore College
Mar 19 – Mar 23 all-day
Mar
20
Tue
Performance | Sonic Borders II @ Tang Museum, Atrium
Mar 20 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Performance | Sonic Borders II @ Tang Museum, Atrium | Saratoga Springs | New York | United States

Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Along the Border, experimental composer, multimedia artist, and performance artist Guillermo Galindo will perform an original composition using instruments he has crafted from discarded objects found at multiple sites along the Mexico-United States border. This event is free and open to the public.

Mar
30
Fri
Performance by Bloodroot | Mojave Sound Presents “Incantations” @ Mojave Sound Art Festival
Mar 30 all-day
Performance by Bloodroot | Mojave Sound Presents "Incantations" @ Mojave Sound Art Festival | California | United States

Mojave Sound presents “Incantations”, a three day sound art festival between Friday, March 30th to Sunday, April 1st in Wonder Valley, CA.  Mojave Sound is founded and curated by Kate Short.

Bloodroot (a collaboration between interdisciplinary artist Amber Stucke and composer/artist Guillermo Galindo) will perform a piece titled “Blind Tanks” on Friday, March 30th at sunset.  More details will follow with maps of all site specific installations and performances located at the Palms Restaurant in Wonder Valley.

Mar
31
Sat
Performance | Wonder Valley Experimental Music Festival #10 @ Palms Restaurant
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Performance | Wonder Valley Experimental Music Festival #10 @ Palms Restaurant | Twentynine Palms | California | United States

gal*in_dog will perform on Saturday, March 31st at 7pm at the Wonder Valley Experimental Music Festival #10. The festival is held only for one night between 5pm-12am.

Apr
6
Fri
Lecture | UC Davis Composer Talks with Guillermo Galindo @ Department of Music, Recital Hall, Ann E. Pitzer Center
Apr 6 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Apr
14
Sat
Lecture/Presentation | Princeton University Workshop on Visual Representations of Migrations @ Princeton University
Apr 14 all-day
Lecture/Presentation | Princeton University Workshop on Visual Representations of Migrations @ Princeton University | Princeton | New Jersey | United States
Princeton University presents Guillermo Galindo at the workshop: Understanding Visual Representations of Migration at the Borders of Art and Social Science: Ethics, Politics and Methodology