Events Calendar: 09.09.08

Events Calendar: 09.09.08

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Sarah Rae Smith
Sep 9, 2008
I Like Ike - Mark Mothersbaugh Postcard Diaries 2007

Art & Design Events...

  • The One Show: Advertising + Design + Interactive
    • "This touring exhibition presents the world's best work in print, radio, television, design, interactive, and new media as selected by The One Club, the leading nonprofit organization for the recognition and promotion of excellence in advertising. "
    • MCAD Gallery: Concourse Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
    • Aug. 22-Sept. 24, 2008; Wednesday, Sept. 10, 5:30-7 p.m.

  • 30 Percent More Commercial
    • Puny Entertainment's 22 madly artistic minds will be unleashed on First Amendment Arts to create art for art's sake rather than for a corporate sponsor. Puny artists are working for themselves and showing off their nonprofessional work that includes animated mash-ups and what First Amendment calls "secret passions and résumé killers."
    • First Amendment Gallery, 1101 Stinson Blvd. NE, Minneapolis, MN
    • Daily from Aug 23-Sept 25


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  • Mark Mothersbaugh: Postcard Diaries
    • Mark Mothersbaugh has been creating for more than three decades, and not always while donning that red flower-pot chapeau he made famous as Devo's majordomo. Mothersbaugh's boundless creative grasp reaches into the visual arts as well — for the past 30 years, he has made one illustrated postcard per day, often sending them to loved ones or using them as a visual diary.
    • Star Clipper Gallery Space 6392 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO
    • Daily from Aug 1-Sept 12

  • The Light Project
    • Sebastian Hungerer and Rainer Kehres have replaced the missing roof of the Spring Avenue Church with a mass of modified lamps, creating a beautiful, jeweled work of art out of ruin. Their luminous installation is part of The Light Project, a series of site-responsive artworks sponsored by the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts
    • Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, 3716 Washington Blvd. St. Louis, MO
    • Daily from Sept 4-Oct 17

  • Art in the Age of Steam: Europe, America and the Railway, 1830-1960
    • This exhibition shows how artists responded to the railroad, especially in Europe and the United States. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, artists concentrated on feats of railroad engineering, the railroad as a focus for human drama, as a setting to explore light and atmosphere and as a symbol of reflective states of mind. Not until after the First World War did artists begin to celebrate the railroad as a mechanical marvel.
    • Bloch Building, Galleries L13 and L14, 4525 Oak Street Kansas City, Mo
    • Daily from Sept 13-Jan 18

  • Michael Krueger Prints & Greg Crawford Installation
    • Krueger- Krueger's work is characterized by an insistence on narrative and line. He uses traditional printmaking techniques such as lithography and intaglio, as well as various digital technologies, often combining several techniques in a single print.
      The Greg Crawford Installation is comprised of recycled materials condensed into stacks and then coated with layers of paraffin. Crawford's art is to be viewed with both photographs of these stacks surrounding the actual stacks themselves.
    • Kansas City Artists Coalition, 201 Wyandotte Street Kansas City, MO
    • Daily from Sept 5-Sept 26

  • Jorge Pardo: House
    • Jorge Pardo: House is the first comprehensive US museum exhibition of Los Angeles-based artist, Jorge Pardo. Accompanied by an illustrated catalogue, this nationally touring solo exhibition spans Pardo's career to include more than seventy seminal works. Arranged according to use and function, and displayed within the context of various rooms of a house, the installations, sculptures, and paintings in Jorge Pardo: House highlight the artist's ability to consistently traverse the boundaries between art, design, and architecture.
    • Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, 8501 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, OH
    • Daily from Sept 12-Dec 28

  • Mark Your Calendars For:
  • The United States of Charles Phoenix
    • A retro slide show performance by Los Angeles based pop-culture humorist and author Charles Phoenix celebrating 50s and 60s tourist traps, theme parks, car culture, space age style, parties and more. Also included in the show is a vintage TWA stewardess fashion show and Mr. Phoenix's spirited tribute to Kansas City's landmarks - all in the hangar beside the world's most beautiful TWA Constellation airplane!
    • Airline History Museum, 201 NW Lou Holland Dr: Hangar #9, Kansas City, MO
    • Oct 4th 8pm

  • Act/React Interactive Art
    • JThis first-of-its-kind exhibition presents installation artwork dependent upon and subject to the intuitive and nontechnical physical actions of the visitor. Among the works featured are talking tables, virtual snowstorms, and glowing pools of organic patterns by artists Janet Cardiff, Brian Knep, Liz Phillips, Daniel Rozin, Scott Snibbe, and Camille Utterback.
    • Milwaukee Art Museum, 700 N Museum Drive, Milwaukee, Wi
    • Oct 4-Jan 11

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