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Events

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

Charles Bass SELECT SESSIONS: ART GAMES WITH CHARLES BASS FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS, MAY 5-27, 2017 (EXCLUDING MAY 20)12:00-1:00 pm, ART MUSEUM Charles Bass' extended project "Sessions" establishes a new art form that can be experience anywhere, anytime, without restriction. Presented in the form of party games, fun functions in the Sessions like beauty functions in a Monet—to inspire joy and contemplation. Unlike a Monet, Sessions are free and widely accessible.

Join us at the Mills College Art Museum for the first-ever public demonstration of the Sessions including exclusive looks at Sessions not on display in the exhibition. Each night experience a unique lineup of thought-provoking games and performances designed to tickle the intellect and disquiet the spirit.
Cordova MAY 27, 2017 SOFÍA CÓRDOVA | BILONGO LILA: NOBODY DIES IN A FORETOLD WAR 9:00 pm, GREEK AMPHITHEATER
A 40-minute live performance-cum-guided meditation takes the audience as the protagonist through a vision of our planet 1500 years in the future. BILONGO LILA expands upon Córdova’s five-year video, music, and performance series Echoes of a Tumbling Throne (Odas al fin de los tiempos) premised on a slow ecological decline of earth that results in destruction of historical time and a cultural rebirth for those who remain.
Sanaz Mazinani, Untitled #11, 2017. JUN 29, 2017 OPENING RECEPTION: 2017 A+P+I EXHIBITION 6:00-8:00 pm, ART MUSEUM
The 2017 A+P+I exhibition showcases the work of the third round of artists to the A+P+I program—Sofía Córdova, Sanaz Mazinani, and Genevieve Quick. Each of these artists brings with them a unique approach to art-making and a commitment to research that compliments an academic setting.
Paik SEP 16, 2017 OPENING RECEPTION: IN-BETWEEN PLACES: KOREAN-AMERICAN ARTISTS IN THE BAY AREA 6:00-8:00 pm, ART MUSEUM
Featuring new work by Jung Ran Bae, Sohyung Choi, Kay Kang, Miran Lee, Youngjune Lew, Nicholas Oh, Younhee Paik, and Minji Soh, In-Between Places reveals the reality and complexities of being a Korean artist in America. Since the beginning of the Korean diaspora, Korean-Americans have continued to occupy the in-between spaces of ambiguous identity.