Our The Andy Warhol Legacy Project and The Importance of Being Photographed exhibitions are now over. If you didn’t get to the gallery for it, well you’ve missed a once in a lifetime opportunity to see all that great work installed at USFCAM.
So listen, instead of feeling sorry for yourself, get out your calendar and make a plan so you don’t miss another groundbreaking show, Open Score! We have events planned that you won’t want to miss, including a video arcade, nights of music, and informative tours that will make you an expert on Robert Rauschenberg and performance art!
Scroll down for the dates and times for all the planned events. And here’s a bit more information about the upcoming USFCAM Open Score exhibition:
January 18 – March 9, 2013
USF Contemporary Art Museum
Open Score pays homage to artist Robert Rauschenberg and the first in the series of groundbreaking performance art presentations he titled 9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering, held in 1966 at the Armory in New York City. With its emphasis on the technological aspects of new media, Open Score examines the possibilities these technologies offer as tools for the poetic transformation of reality and the approach to forms of expression in art and daily life. Participating artists include Ingrid Bachmann and Bill Vorn (Canada); Patricia Clark and Barry Moon (USA); Luis Gómez, Antonio Gómez Margolles, and Levi Orta (Cuba); Camilo Martínez and Gabriel Zea (Colombia); and Mariano Sardón (Argentina). Initially curated by Luis Gómez and Dannys Montes de Oca for the 11th Biennial in Havana, Cuba, the Open Score project in the USA is curated by Noel Smith, IRA Curator of Latin American and Caribbean Art, in collaboration with Gómez and Montes de Oca, and is organized by USFCAM.
Save the Dates!
Opening Night | January 18, 2013
A Conversation with the Curator and Artists
6pm, Barness Recital Hall
MUS107, USF School of Music
Join curator Noel Smith and artists from Open Score for a conversation about the exhibition and their work.
Join us to celebrate the exhibition opening with the artists and curator.
Curator’s Tour | February 28, 2013
Visit CAM on your lunch break for a free guided tour of Open Score with IRA Curator Noel Smith.
Art Thursdays | February 7 & March 7, 2013
SYCOM – Music for Open Score | February 7
Join us for a two-hour concert of live and recorded electronic music created in response to the exhibition Open Score. Working in groups, SYCOM student composers create an audio environment for viewing the art that inspired it. Refreshments provided.
Video Arcade: Open Score | March 7
Join us for art games and an outdoor screening of Robert Rauschenberg’s famous 1966 documented video performance Open Score. Free popcorn and candy provided!
Exhibition Hours: 10am–5pm M–F; 1–4pm Sat; Closed Sundays and USF Holidays; Free admission to all events