Please note that all in-person lectures start at 2:30 pm.
Interested in what inspires local and regional artists? Interested in whether that came from fellow artists, a ‘Eureka’ moment, or the guidance of a mentor? Or would you like to hear about insights into their artistic process, their career trajectories, or their struggles with their identity as a person or as an artist?
Well, the Kingsley Art Club has been satisfying that curiosity for many years through the speakers they have brought to the Crocker to share their stories! The Speakers Series has been tremendously popular throughout all that time.. ..and continued the tradition during the Covid19 shutdown by featuring artists via videotaped and edited studio visits.
You will find an exciting mix of fare in our Fall Speakers series, as we offer you live talks in the Crocker Auditorium from curators, gallerists and artists. You will also be able to see the recorded video coverage of these lectures when we post them to our YouTube channel after the event.
Here is the 2022 Fall line up:
September 21, 2:30 pm: Rachel Gotlieb
Title: “Collecting Modern and Contemporary Ceramics at the Crocker Art Museum”
Rachel is the first Ruth Rippon Curator of Ceramics at the Crocker Art Museum.
She will talk in the auditorium for 30 minutes and then take the attendees to the newly installed galleries for a 30 minute visit and discussion. Come see how you oversee one of the nation’s largest ceramics collections.
October 19, 2:30 pm: Gallery Panel: D. Neath, Mima Begovic, Beth Jones and Lynda Jolley
Title: “Keeping a Gallery Running – Why it is such a pleasure. ….and why is it such a Struggle?!”
D. Neath of Archival Gallery, Mima Begovic of ArtSpace 1616 and Beth Jones and Linda Jolley of JAYJAY Gallery will explore the gallery world. You won’t want to miss these staples of the Sacramento art community discuss running an art gallery with Kingsley Art Club Vice-Chair, Outreach Committee, Scott Heckes.
November 16, 2:30 pm: Anthony Maki Gill
Title: “An Artist’s Alchemy: Curiosity, Creativity, Community and Clay”
Anthony Maki Gill is an art maker, arts advocate, educator, and community-builder living and working in the foothills of Northern California. You will enjoy hearing the insights he has gathered from his many and varied roles in the art community.
Mark your calendar now!
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