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CHIT CHAT

Chit Chat with Paola Pivi, 2016. Moderated by DC's Justine Ludwig

What is Chit Chat?

 

Chit Chats offer Dallas Contemporary visitors the opportunity to engage directly with contemporary artists. Chit Chat’s are meant to promote learning through conversation, to increase dialogue, encourage debate, and stimulate exchange in visual art and culture. Q&A sessions follow each Chit Chat discussion.

 

You can find audio for all of Dallas Contemporary’s Chit Chats on our SoundCloud page.

FREE + OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Supported by:

 

 

THE PATRICA DEDMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION

Jacqueline Miller Stewart

 

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El programa Chit Chats ofrece a los visitantes del Dallas Contemporary la oportunidad de interactuar directamente con los artistas contemporáneos. Los Chit Chats tienen como objetivo promover el aprendizaje a través de la conversación, aumentar el diálogo, alentar el debate y estimular el intercambio en las artes visuales y la cultura. Cada discusión de Chit Chat termina con una sesión de preguntas y respuestas.

UPCOMING CHIT CHATS

Alicja Kwade. Installation view of Out of Ousia, 2018. Kunsthal Charlottenborg. Courtesy the artist, KÖNIG GALERIE, and 303 Gallery, New York. Photo: Roman März

CHIT CHAT with ALICJA KWADE

SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER @ 11.00 AM

Polish-German contemporary artist, Alicja Kwade, will discuss her Dallas Contemporary exhibition. Adjunct Curator, Pedro Alonzo, will moderate the discussion.

FREE + OPEN to the PUBLIC

For more info: learning@dallascontemporary.org

 

*Please note: Fall exhibitions will not be open to the public until Sunday 15 September 2019.

John Currin. Detail of Fishermen, 2002. © John Currin. Photo: Rob McKeever. Courtesy Gagosian

CHIT CHAT with JOHN CURRIN

SUNDAY 15 SEPTEMBER @ 1.00 PM

American figurative painter John Currin will discuss his upcoming Dallas Contemporary exhibition My Life as a Man. DC Adjunct Curator Alison Gingeras will moderate the discussion.

FREE + OPEN to the PUBLIC

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