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Guest Artists Lecture: Clarissa Gregory and Jimmy Joe Roche

McDaniel College’s Department of Art and Art History will present a visiting artists lecture by Clarissa Gregory and Jimmy Joe Roche on Monday, March 4 at 4:30 p.m. in Peterson Hall, Room 104.  The lecture, which is sponsored by Ars Nova, the College’s art club, is free and open to the public.

Animator, dancer, model-maker—Clarissa Gregory’s art is interdisciplinary in nature. Her formative years in dance and theatre, plus a fascination for the natural world flavor her tactile environments.  Past collaborations include Effervescent Collective, Dan Deacon, and Baltimore Independent Dance Artists, Goucher College, Towson University, Delaware Center for the Arts, Arlington Arts Center, School33, Maryland Film Festival, have all exhibited Clarissa's art.  Her most recent animation investigates the life cycle of a cicada via stop-motion in graphite and charcoal drawing.  Clarissa teaches at Maryland Institute College of Art, moms, and makes art in Baltimore, MD.

Jimmy Joe Roche is an interdisciplinary artist whose work encompasses video, sculpture, and performance.  Video screenings include the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, and Museum of the Moving Image.  Roche has had five solo exhibitions in New York, Texas, and Colorado.  His artwork is in the permanent collection at the the Baltimore Museum of Art.  Roche has created commissioned work for Dazed and Confused Magazine, Incubate Arts Festival and Harvestworks. He runs the cassette tape label Ultraviolet Light and is a member of the High Zero Collective.  Roche exhibits video with the internet-based collective Undervolt & Co. and is a professor of Film and Media at Johns Hopkins University.  For more information about Roche, visit www.jimmyjoeroche.com/.

Monday, March 4

Peterson Hall, 104

Event Type

Speaker/Lecture/Reading

Website

http://www.mcdaniel.edu/art

Cost

Free

Department
Art & Art History
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