Upcoming Events Calendar
The haunting effects of a Technicolor printing error take center stage in this performance and talk by John Klacsmann and Walter Forsberg. In Technicolor N.G., a misprinted Western reveals cyan ghosts and cinema’s psychedelic underpinnings.
This program focuses on two nearly forgotten films from the collection of the New York–based Film-Makers’ Cooperative. Created by youths raised by artists, their works demonstrate levels of skill and complexity that belie their ages.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
9:30 a.m. Coffee and scones in the Kanbar Forum
10:15 a.m. Guided exhibit exploration
Turn a common household object into an objet d’art! Join artist Aiko Cuneo and experiment with milk carton constructions and sculptures. Using this deceptively simple object was first explored at the Exploratorium 40 years ago this month by Aiko's mother, renowned artist Ruth Asawa.
Join us for a live chat with scientists exploring an underwater volcano in the Caribbean Sea on the Exploration Vessel Nautilus, and hear how live telepresence communication systems are changing oceanographic research.
In breaking down motion and considering the inner workings of our physical forms, this program examines the central element of each moment. Bodies become invitations to exploration in these inside, up-close, slowed-down, and inventive looks at our corporeal selves.
Created in collaboration with cinematographer Andy Black, Sam Green's A Cinematic Study takes a poetic view of a complex natural phenomenon that for many months each year defines the psycho-geography of the region.