“Jae Rossman: Reflections on a Decade at the Yale University Arts Library”
Thursday, October 6, 6:30pm
Admission: $5
The latest installment in our series of intimate discussions with Curators and Head Librarians. For over 10 years, Jae Rossman has been developing collections and programming at the Yale University Arts Library. A personal look into the collections that comprise its holdings, including book art and theater, with a special emphasis on color.

“Art: Color and Optics”
Thursday, October 13, 6:30pm
Admission: $5
In conjunction with the exhibition “Now You See it… Color and the Mind’s Eye,” this panel discussion features participating artists Kirsten Hoving, Jo Yarrington and Adrienne Klein (moderator) who discuss the influence that color and the properties of optics have on their art making. They are joined by neuroscientist Dr. Edward Vessel, as he elucidates the science behind the brain and aesthetic experience and Dr. Cindie Kehlet, who brings her own perspective to the discussion as both a chemist and an artist.

“C Bangs & Greg Matloff Book Launch and Presentation –
Biosphere Extension: Solar System Resources for the Earth “
Thursday, October 20, 6:30pm
Longtime collaborators C. Bangs and Greg Matloff present their first artist book, with an introduction by yours truly. “Biosphere Extension: Solar System Resources for the Earth” began with combining the resources of three books and five years consulting for NASA and working as NASA Faculty Fellows with dialogs that have been ongoing since they first met in 1982. The four sections of the book integrate the text of astronomer Matloff with the images composed by artist Bangs, whose feminist ecological art parallels the duo’s work on space and space resources.

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