Talking Art: In Conversation with Russell Crotty, Tony Misch, and John Weber, January 22

Moderated by Cathy Kimball
Russell Crotty, Look Back in Time, Installation View, photo by David Pace
Russell Crotty, Look Back in Time, Installation View, photo by David Pace
Sunday, January 22, 2017
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

Join the UC Santa Cruz Institute for the Arts and Sciences and the ICA San Jose for a discussion of Look Back in Time with artist Russell Crotty and the exhibit’s co-curator and director of the Lick Observatory Collections, Tony Misch.

Sunday, January 22, 3pm-4pm
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art​
Reception to follow at the ICA, 4pm

​ICA and Lick Members, $10
Students, $10
Non-members, $15

Look Back in Time is the culmination of an innovative two-year collaboration between the IAS, ICA, University of California Observatories (UCO), the Lick Observatory Historical Collections Project, and Theoretical Astrophysics Santa Cruz, a faculty working group at UC Santa Cruz. According to Cathy Kimball, executive director of the ICA, “This is perfect for all of us. It’s curatorially innovative and educational, with a great group of institutional partners and a groundbreaking artist.” Look Back in Time will be on view through February 19, 2017. The exhibition is curated by John Weber, IAS founding director, Tony Misch, and Russell Crotty, in consultation with Kimball and the ICA. 

The exhibition and associated residency are funded by grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the McEvoy Family Fund of the IAS, UC Santa Cruz’s Arts Division, and annual donors to the IAS and the ICA.