Laura Vitale, Video still, "Parts 1-6," 2012.

Drawn into Film

Laura Vitale:

On Drawing and the Moving Image

22 January 2014, 7-8PM

Structural and Materials Engineering Bldg (SME) #149 Presentation Space
UC San Diego, 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, California 92093

For the first Drawn into Film event of the winter quarter the Experimental Drawing Studio will host Los Angeles based artist Laura Vitale to talk about the relationship between drawing practices and media art practices. She will screen recent video work "Parts 1-6" and "Parts 7-12" with a discussion to follow. Vitale's work orients around sound while utilizing video, drawing, photography, sculpture, and performance. She received her MFA from Virginia Commonwealth and BA from Brown University

The Experimental Drawing Studio is part of the Visual Arts Department at UCSD and is located in room 202 in the new Structural and Materials Engineering Building. The studio provides an active research environment with a primary interest in defining drawing as an inclusive and expanded form. The Studio’s reach spans across university departments, institutions, and geographies.

http://visarts.ucsd.edu/experimental-drawing-studio-sme-building-202

The Experimental Drawing Studio Initiatie is led by Associate Professor Amy Adler with Graduate Student assistance by Nichole Speciale, Emily R. Grenader, Joshua Tonies, Allison Spence, and Kara Joslyn.

Related Links:

Lecturer Laura Vitale
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/laura-vitale
http://lauravitale.info/