The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery will host two in-person Art & Ideas lectures this January.
The first lecture features Liwordson Vijayabalan and Lewis Menelaws, co-founders of creative and technology firm TMRRW Inc., on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 7 p.m.
The event, “The Art of Augmented Reality & Artificial Intelligence with TMRRW Inc.,” will discuss the future of art and creative expression.
On Jan. 26, American academic and author Grace Dillon will host. “Imagining Indigenous Futurism” a virtual discussion on the art, literature and other forms of media which express Indigenous perspectives of the past, present and future in the context of science fiction and related sub-genres.
Art & Ideas is a series of presentations that complement current exhibits by drawing connections to themes found in the current exhibitions, and by featuring discussions with
specific artists and experts.
The series is redesigned each season to entice creative thought and encourage new perspectives. Registration is required and can be completed through the Art & Ideas page of the JNAAG website.