Artist Lecture: Paul Elliman
Thursday, February 13, 2014, 7:00 - 8:30 PM
London-based designer and visiting critic at the Yale University School of Art, Paul Elliman is known for his work with a found typography of objects and industrial debris. His work has been exhibited at London’s Tate Modern, New York’s New Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Kunsthalle Basel. Elliman is also thesis supervisor for the Werkplaats Typografie, an international graduate program in Arnhem, Netherlands.
The University of Washington School of Art, in conjunction with the Nebula Project, is pleased to announce its Winter Quarter 2014 artist lecture series. This annual series is organized to accompany the course Art 361/595 Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice, taught by guest lecturer Eric Fredericksen. Follow THIS link for more information about this lecture series.
This lecture is SOLD OUT. We will be opening doors at 6:15 pm and seating is first come first served for those with reserved tickets. Unclaimed seats will be released 10 minutes prior to the lecture at 6:50. If you have NOT RSVP’d we strongly encourage you to arrive early as we will be releasing unclaimed seats at 6:50.
To view videos of previous lectures in this series, click here.