Andy Warhol: Outer and Inner Dichotomies Symposium Saturday Sessions

Public Programs

Eva Meyer-Hermann, curator of Other Voices, Other Rooms

Andy Warhol: Outer and Inner Dichotomies Symposium
Saturday Sessions

Warhol Events

During the run of<i>Andy Warhol: Other Voices, Other Rooms</i>there are a wide variety of events that complement the exhibition including symposia, performances, films, and community days, to name a few.

Sat, Nov 15, 2008 10:30 AM

You’re sure to hear numerous behind-the-scenes stories and revealing insights into Warhol’s life and legacy during the Saturday sessions of the Outer and Inner Dichotomies symposium.

Speakers include Eva Meyer-Hermann, the curator of Other Voices, Other Rooms; actress and author Mary Woronov; Callie Angell, author of Andy Warhol Screen Tests: The Films of Andy Warhol, and Thomas Crow, distinguished art historian and author of Modern Art in the Common Culture.

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Click here for details about the Keynote Conversation on Friday, November 14.

10:30 AM
Welcome and Remarks

Sherri Geldin
Director, Wexner Center for the Arts

Eva Meyer-Hermann
Curator, Andy Warhol: Other Voices, Other Rooms

11 AM
Give and Take

"Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art."—Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (1975)

The act of exchange permeates Warhol’s work in many different forms—the exchange of goods, the exchange of gazes, the exchange of bodies, to name a few. In this session, panelists discuss these and other related elements in Warhol’s work.

Speakers
Callie Angell
Curator, Andy Warhol Film Project at the Whitney Museum of American Art

Richard Meyer
Associate Professor of Art History and Fine Arts, University of Southern California

Mary Woronov
Actress (Chelsea Girls, ****, Hedy) and author

Moderator
Bill Horrigan
Director of Media Arts, Wexner Center for the Arts

12:30 PM
LUNCH BREAK (ON YOUR OWN)

2 PM
Beauty and the Banal

"Do billboards influence you?"
"I think they’re beautiful."—Andy Warhol, Art Voices (1962)

Soup cans. Marilyn Monroe. Brillo boxes. Elvis Presley. In Warhol’s mind, one was as worthy of attention as another. This session explores Warhol’s fascination with and blurring of beauty, fame, and the everyday.

Speakers
Thomas Crow
Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

Eva Meyer-Hermann
Curator, Andy Warhol: Other Voices, Other Rooms

Morgan Fisher
Filmmaker and artist

Moderator
Catharina Manchanda
Senior Curator of Exhibitions, Wexner Center for the Arts

3:30 PM
Closing conversation

Reception to follow—all are welcome

POST-SYMPOSIUM PARTY
"I'll Be Your Mirror"
Velvet Underground Tribute
SAT, NOV 15| 10 PM
The Summit (2216 Summit St.)

"Run, run, run" and keep the Warhol discussion (and party) going into the evening as artist and Ohio State art prof Mary Jo Bole hosts a celebration of Warhol's legendary musical collaborators, the Velvet Underground, at Columbus's newest rock room. Scheduled to perform are the Cheater Slicks, Evolution Control Committee, Moviola, Nelson Slater, Steam Age-Time Giant, and more.

This isn’t a Wexner Center event per se, but we heartily endorse Mary Jo Bole and an evening of liberally reinterpreted Velvets songs. Call (614) 268-9377 for more information. Bole and company send thanks to Moreland Funeral Home for a donation of flowers.

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