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

2019 API resident, Cate White. WEDNESDAYS, MAY 29–JUL 18, 2019 A+P+I | HOW DO YOU PAINT WITH CATE WHITE 12:00–1:00 pm, ART INSTAGRAM @MILLSARTMUSEUM Join A+P+I artist in residence Cate White in her studio every Wednesday at noon LIVE on Instagram. Painting a cover of a classic, Manet's Olympia, White puts her own spin on the canvas and the concept. Watch and comment while Cate explains why and how she does what she does. Your participation informs the painting's progress.
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2019 API resident, Constance Hockaday. AUG 28, 2019 A+P+I | FUTUREHELLNOW 7:00 pm, ART MUSEUM A performative lecture staged inside of Constance Hockaday's 2019 A+P+I installation. The installation will become a makeshift theatre where Hockaday is both performer and technical director all at the same time.
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In Plain Sight SEP 21, 2019 OPENING RECEPTION | IN PLAIN SIGHT 5:00–7:00 pm, ART MUSEUM In Plain Sight brings together artists whose work points to the invisible systems and unknowable mysteries that shape and define our lives. The exhibition features the work of Kathryn Andrews (Los Angeles), castaneda/reiman (San Francisco), Dario Robleto (Houston), and Weston Teruya (San Francisco).
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Dario Robleto OCT 2, 2019 GRADUATE LECTURE SERIES | DARIO ROBLETO 7:00 pm, DANFORTH LECTURE HALL Dario Robleto has had numerous solo exhibitions since 1997, most recently at the McNay Museum, San Antonio, TX (2018); Menil Collection, Houston, TX (2014); the Baltimore Museum of Art (2014); the New Orleans Museum of Art (2012); and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver (2011). His work has been profiled in numerous publications and media including Radiolab, Krista Tippet's On Being, and the New York Times.
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Curator Daniel Nevers OCT 23, 2019 CURATOR WALKTHROUGH: IN PLAIN SIGHT 7:00 pm, ART MUSEUM Curator Daniel Nevers will guide us through In Plain Sight and expand on the themes and artists included in the exhibition. Daniel Nevers is executive director at the Berkeley Art Center. He has held senior administrative positions at educational institutions, social justice media nonprofits and community-based arts organizations, as well as consulting on independent projects for museums and other visual arts groups.
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