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 Wednesday, October 2, professor, artist, and graphic designer Nancy Jo Ward explores the intersection of traditional and digital tools with a unique creative approach.
Ward currently teaches Digital media and Fine Art at Allan Hancock College.
This Art at High Noon is presented in collaboration with the Digital Art Group in preparation for their upcoming Digital Art Happening, Tech-Tacular Superstitions. The fundraising event will showcase innovative works by local digital artists and one-night-only, interactive installations challenging us to face our fears in a fun and playful way. Tickets on sale now at sloma.org.
Topics of future Art at High Noon events will be announced on the SLOMA website. Entry is free and open to the public.