|When||Saturday, March 7 – Thursday, March 26, 2015|
|Location||Earl and Virginia Green Art Gallery|
|Contact||Nila Osline at 562-903-4806 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
GALLERY LUNCHEON PARTY AND RECEPTION | MARCH 7TH AT NOON – 1:30 PM
All conference attendees are invited to the opening of the symposium art exhibition entitled The Coded Image where a time of good food, live music, great conversation, and opportunities to informally interact with keynote speakers will take place. This exhibition features contemporary artists who are utilizing a variety of digital tools to explore the intersection of design, art and technology.
Josh Azzarella, Joshua Clayton, Adam Ferriss, Penelope Umbrico and Stephanie Washburn
The Coded Image features five artists wrestling with the increasing instability of images in the present information age. The distribution of electronic content inherently involves a destructive/reconstructive process that challenges the perceived stability and continuity that were early distinctives of photography. By employing a variety of innovative photographic, video, and new media techniques, these artists offer fresh perspectives on the heavily mediated and abstract nature of these information-images.
The Earl & Virginia Green Art Gallery is located on the campus of Biola University in La Mirada, CA.
When visiting the Earl & Virginia Green Art Gallery, please enter campus at the main Biola University entrance on Biola Avenue. Parking for gallery visitors is free but you must obtain a visitor parking pass from the attendant at the entrance to campus. They will also direct you to parking lots where visitor parking is available.
ABOUT THE GALLERY:
The Earl & Virginia Green Art Gallery presents a program of rotating contemporary art exhibitions on the campus of Biola University. Located in the greater Los Angeles area, the Green Art Gallery is well positioned to represent a vital Christian worldview within the critical dialogue of contemporary visual art and to produce engaging exhibitions that grapple with issues concerning the intersection of faith with art and culture. The Green Art Gallery also provides professional development opportunities for Biola art students through gallery exhibitions and internships.
The Earl & Virginia Green Art Gallery was renovated and dedicated in September 2013. The gallery is named in memory of Earl and Virginia Green—the parents of Roberta Ahmanson—whose lives exemplified faith and commitment to their family, church, and community, and who inspired their daughter’s love of the arts as a person of faith. Biola University expresses profound appreciation to Howard and Roberta Ahmanson for their continued generosity in supporting arts programming at Biola.