BLACK, GREEN, WHITE
How can the colors black, green, and white be used as conceptual frameworks to provoke imagination, evoke meaning and instigate critical discourse? Jim Cambronne will reflect on how these three color-concepts may guide an artwork’s inception, manifestation, exhibition and reception through showing and discussing contemporary and historical examples of the concepts of black, green and white in action.
Cambronne is Professor of Fine Art 2D at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. At MassArt, Jim is currently the Graduate Coordinator and lead teacher for MassArt’s 2D-3D Master of Fine Arts program. Cambronne’s degrees are MFA Painting and Printmaking Yale School of Art and BA Fine Art Augustana University. Jim has taught drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking to graduates and undergraduates over the past thirty years at MassArt, San Francisco Art Institute, Portland State University, Maine College of Art and Yale University School of Art. Professor Cambronne joined the Massachusetts College of Art and Design faculty in 2000.
Thursday, July 5 at 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Design and Media Center, Lecture Hall
621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
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