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Trust Your Instincts Art Collecting Series: The Moving Image

Thursday, May 26, 2011  7pm–8:30pm iCal

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Marco Brambilla, Cathedral, 2008

SMMoA Fellows ($500 level or higher) are invited to join us for a brand new series of Trust Your Instincts art collecting seminars.

Collecting the Moving Image: A Conversation on Video Art
With Christopher Grimes, Elsa Longhauser, and Lisa Melandri

Christopher Grimes, owner of Christopher Grimes Gallery and expert on time-based media and the moving image, will talk about the complexities and evolution of this art form. Trust Your Instincts helps you hone your art collecting skills, stay appraised of developing art world trends, and gain insight into collecting film and video.

To RSVP please contact Kim Newstadt, Individual Giving Manager at kim.newstadt@smmoa.org or 310.586.6488 x116.

Become a SMMoA Fellow today!