1. Guillaume Simoneau Gallery Talk

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    • Allison Ruttan in Conversation with Laurie Santos, PHD. Moderated by Gabriel Spitzer. In conjunction "Our Origins." Part 2

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      Exhibiting artist Alison Ruttan and Laurie Santos, PhD, will discuss uncanny parallels that link human behavior to that of monkeys and apes. Santos is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Yale University. Moderator Gabriel Spitzer covers science, health and the environment for WBEZ, Chicago and is the creator and host of the program Clever Apes. Part 2. Ruttan and Santos in conversation. Moderated by Gabriel Spitzer August 25, 2011

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      • F Museum Visits: La Frontera at MOCP

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        "La Frontera: the Cultural Impact of Mexican Migration" October 8 - December 22, 2010 Museum of Contemporary Photography Columbia College Chicago 600 S. Michigan Chicago, IL 60605 F Newsmagazine talks with Curator Rod Slemmons and some of the photographers showcased in the exhibit. Interviews/camera/edit by Baltazar Pena Rios

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        • Guy Tillim and Krista Thompson discuss Tillim's series "Avenue Patrice Lumumba" at the Museum of Contemporary Photo (Part 2)

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          Exhibiting artist Guy Tillim and Krista Thompson, PhD, discuss Tillim's work and the clash of ideas and cultures found in the landscape of former colonial states in Africa. Johannesburg-born Tillim has worked as a freelance photographer in South Africa and has exhibited extensively around the globe. Thompson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art History at Northwestern University whose work focuses on African and Caribbean Art, the arts of the African Diaspora, critical race theory, visual cultures of colonialism and postcolonialism, and global histories of photography. This event was co-sponsored by the Ellen Stone Belic Institute for the Study of Women and Gender in the Arts and Media at Columbia College Chicago. The exhibition "Guy Tillim: Avenue Patrice Lumumba" is sponsored by the Lannan Foundation. January 13, 2011

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          • Matthew Coolidge of the Center for Land Use Interpretation discusses his work at the Museum of Contemporary Photo (Part 1)

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            The exhibition, "Public Works," featured work that showcased how developments in technology and infrastructure define a civilization both aesthetically and functionally. Matthew Coolidge, the director of The Center for Land Use Interpretation, discusses his work in relation to issues addressed in the "Public Works" show. Thursday, May 26, 2011

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            • Gallery Talk: Vera Klement discusses her work in conjunction with the Limits of Photography exhibition at the MoCP

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              Vera Klement discusses her photo and collage work in conjunction with the Limits of Photography exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, IL. January 36, 2012

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              • Gallery Talk: Allison Ruttan. In conjunction with Our Origins at the Museum of Contemporary Photography

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                Allison Ruttan discusses her work and process on September 8th, 2011 at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. This event was held in conjunction with the Our Origins exhibition at the MoCP.

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                • con·nect·ed

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                  Samantha Hill, Artist con·nect·ed 1. Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established 2. Join together so as to provide access and communication I invite you to decipher this narrative within this video installation. To discover it’s hidden meaning. Interpretation is a personal journey. A story composed by one’s own mind. The images in the individual screens are connected through visual commonalities. The left and right screens are connected to inspire contemplation. It is my hope that you will join me in this investigation . . . To discover the moments we are connected.

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