Roski Talks Fall 2021 Season

 

Roski Talks are open to the Roski Community and free

Talks presented by artists, designers, and scholars

 

Reservations and Trojan Wellness Check required.

Please note: This event will require masks indoors and outdoors for all attendees, vaccinated or unvaccinated. Masks should be worn at all times when individuals are not actively consuming food or beverage. Unvaccinated individuals must maintain a 6’ physical distance from those outside of their household while consuming food or beverage. Anyone refusing to comply with mask requirements is subject to removal from the event. To notify the university of a positive case of COVID-19, please call 213-740-6291 or email covid19@usc.edu.

 

Queer Survivance with Ron Athey, Ponylee EstrangeMadison Moore, and Judy Sisneros. Moderated by Jeanne Vaccaro
August 31, 6pm; (note special start time) 
Reservations required
Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Reservations and details here.

 

Edgar Arceneaux, artist, USC Roski faculty
September 7, 7pm 
Roski Graduate Building, LA Arts District
Reservations and details here.

 

Michael Ellsworth, designer
September 21, 7pm 
Roski Graduate Building, LA Arts District
Reservations and details here.

 

Art in Mexico City with Andrea Nuñez, Alivé Piliado Santana, and Sebastian Vizcaino. Moderated by Nahui Garcia
September 28, 6pm (note special start time)
Online via Zoom
Register here.

 

Meiling Cheng and Jenny Lin, scholars, USC Roski faculty
October 5, 7pm
Roski Graduate Building, LA Arts District
Reservations here.

 

Kour Pour, artist
October 19, 7pm
Roski Graduate Building, LA Arts District
Reservations here.

 

Judy Baca, artist, and Gabriela Urtiaga, curator
October 26, 7pm
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT

 

Kelly Akashi, artist / USC Roski alum
November 2, 7pm
Roski Graduate Building, LA Arts District
Reservations here.

 

Hassan Rahim, designer
November 9, 7pm 
Roski Graduate Building, LA Arts District
Reservations here.

 

Jesse Mockrin, artist
November 16, 7pm
Roski Graduate Building, LA Arts District

 

Image: Kelly Akashi, 'Feel Me (Amber),' 2018, hand-blown glass, bronze; 6 x 12 x 9 in. Photo: Gil Gentile