Center for Creative Photography | Tucson Museum of Art | Tucson Rocks!
Saturday, October 22, 2011
This Saturday is all about Rock and Roll in Tucson with the exhibition Who Shot Rock and Roll: A Photographic History 1955 to the Present opening at the Tucson Museum of Art. With lectures at CCP and a party at the museum, this will surely be an opening reception to remember. These events are part of the Tucson Rocks! city wide fall events focused on Rock and Roll and the arts. The exhibition will be up at TMA from October 23rd to January 15, 2012. Hope you can make it out and Party Like a Rock Star.
CCP Auditorium – 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Rock the Date: Lecture and Book Signing
1:00, Artist talk by Lynn Goldsmith
“Goldsmith plunged into the music scene in the late 1960s, filming concerts, directing documentaries, songwriting, photographing, and befriending some of the artists she photographed. Goldsmith gives us the insider’s view of the musicians at the center of punk, alternative, commercial pop and the exclusive world of the super stars of rock. Her portraits of music legends including The Police, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Kiss, Keith Richards, and Bruce Springsteen, reflect her personal experiences and are notable for their intimacy and humor.” Goldsmith’s work is currently up at Etherton Gallery with Baron Wolman for the exhibition Rockin’ the Desert.
2:00, Lecture by Exhibition Curator, Gail Buckland
“Distinguished Visiting Professor Gail Buckland is the former Olympus Visiting Professor of the History of Photography at The Cooper Union, New York City where she has taught since 1979. In 1991 she held the Nobel Chair in Art and Cultural History at Sarah Lawrence College. She has also taught at Columbia College, Chicago and Pratt Institute, Brooklyn. These lectures will be followed by a book signing.“
Tucson Museum of Art – 8:00 pm to midnight
Art After Dark: Party Like a Rockstar
Admission: $10 | free for museum members
For the party there will be: a karaoke lounge, guitar pick making, live screen printing by the Gloo Factory, Guitar Hero ‘jam out’ station, Omer Kreso’s photo booth, Heather Woodrich – live VJ’ing, cash bars, café a la c’art, satyr entertainment, and a costume contest. Plus: The Modeens, guest DJ’s Angie Bowie & Chick Casman, and Silverfox.