Contemporary California Photography with Lana Z Caplan
Events // Contemporary California Photography with Lana Z Caplan
May 4 - May 4
Overview // Bring your lunch and enjoy a feast for the eyes with Art at High Noon, an art appreciation program for working adults. SLOMA will host an art history lecture, artist's talk, or activity that fits perfectly within your lunch hour, giving 9-to-5’ers a dose of artistic inspiration during the work day. Admission is free and open to the public.
On Thursday, May 4 at 12 PM, SLOMA welcomes Lana Z Caplan. Photographer, film/video maker, and interactive installation artist, Lana Z Caplan uses both emerging technologies and traditional media. Her work has been recognized with awards at various exhibitions and festivals, including the Director’s Prize at Black Maria Film Festival and Audience Award at the Crossroads Film Festival in San Francisco. Caplan has served on the faculty of several colleges including Massachusetts College of Art and Design and University of California, San Diego and she is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography and Video at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.
This Art at High Noon complements the exhibition New Visions, presented by the Central Coast Photographic Society. The exhibition showcases contemporary California artists whose works convey dynamic, unique subjects, unusual color elements or design, and subtleties of tone and wit.
Details // Join us every month on the First Thursday from Noon to 1 PM. Topics of future Art at High Noon events will be announced on the SLOMA website.
Banner image: Participants viewing "And the stars look very different today," 360-video experience, Lana Z Caplan, 2016.