[PAST EVENT] Paintings That Move - Or Painting with Film and Video, with Brian Kelley ‘07
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- Open to the public
We often think about how painting and fine art have influenced cinema in the sense that Old Masters have inspired modern cinematography, lighting, and color. Less understood is how contemporary painters use film as an extension of their painting studio practice. This talk will show examples of contemporary works of film and video art made by painters and other visual artists that work on the fringes of cinema.
ABOUT BRIAN KELLEY ‘07
Brian Kelley lives in Alexandria, Virginia. He has an MFA in Painting from Indiana University and a BA from William & Mary. He has exhibited nationally and lectured at several schools, including George Washington University, William & Mary, George Mason University, Anne Arundel Community College, Prince George’s Community College, Northern Virginia Community College, and the Washington Studio School.
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