USM Art Galleries Gorham and Portland

Brown Bag Lunch Discussion with Joseph Farbrook

Event Date and Time: 
Friday, October 10, 2014, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Joseph Farbrook Four Eyes

Free and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to bring their lunch.

Joseph Farbrook, one of the presenting artists in the Fall 2014 exhibition, Opposing Gestures, will begin with visual examples and then will lead a discussion focusing on the question:

Can digital art have the same emotional impact and historical significance as masterworks in painting, drawing and sculpture?

Joseph FarbrookFarbrook is an Associate Professor of Interactive Media and Game Development at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts, and exhibits internationally. Farbrook’s work includes video, sculpture, virtual art installations, digital imagery, Internet/transmission-based work and the use of video-game technology as a medium for fine art.

Learn more about Joseph Farbrook 

Learn more about Opposing Gestures

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Above image: Four Eyes, Joseph Farbrook


Burnham Lounge, Robie Andrews Hall, Gorham
Contact Name: 
Carolyn Eyler
Contact Phone: 
(207) 780-5008
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Visiting Artist Talk: Traci Molloy, USM Artist-in-Residence

Visiting Artist Talk: Traci Molloy, USM Artist-in-Residence

Friday, January 30 at Noon

Burnham Lounge, Robie Andrews Hall, Gorham Campus

Free and open to the public

Traci Molloy is a Brooklyn-based artist and social activist. She explores adolescent culture, loss, and violence through photography, digital arts, installation, painting, and printmaking.

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