Jul 20 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz is a Bolivian-German writer, curator and philosopher. He was the director of Bolivia’s National Museum of Art (Museo Nacional de Arte, MNA) in La Paz until 2020. Between 2008–2011 he was curator of the exhibition and publication project Principio Potosí / The Potosí Principle (Museo Reina Sofía Madrid / Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin / Museo Nacional de Arte and MUSEF La Paz, together with Alice Creischer and Andreas Siekmann). From 2014-2016 he was coordinator of São Paulo’s Seminário Público Micropolíticas and Programa de Ações Culturais Autônomas (P.A.C.A., together with Suely Rolnik, Tatiana Roque and Amilcar Packer). He is the author of the book Hélio Oiticica and Neville D’Almeida: Block-Experiments in Cosmococa — program in progress (Afterall / MIT Press, 2013, together with Sabeth Buchmann).
This event is part of the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies Summer 2020 Lecture Series. Join us Tuesday afternoons in June and July 2021 for conversations on art and ideas.
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Summer 2021 lectures and events, Tuesdays at 1:30pm PST unless otherwise noted
June 15, Young Chung
June 22, Natalie Ball
June 29, Ruth Noack
July 2, Friday at 4:00pm Art and Economics Roundtable discussion With: Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz, Minerva Cuevas, Nicholas Brown, and Keyna Eleison
July 6, Keyna Eleison
July 15, Chloë Bass
July 20, Max Jorge Hinderer Cruz
July 27 Minerva Cuevas
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PNCA’s Low-Residency MFA is organized to be an innovative hybrid of an MFA degree and an artist residency. The low-residency program has a longer degree-completion times (3 years), flexible schedules, intensive residency periods, lower cost of attendance, and the distance-learning component, which does not require students to permanently relocate. Furthermore, the program is interdisciplinary, offering artists of all media and stages of their development the opportunity to refine their vision