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  • Public
    Educational Program
    October 17, 2015
    4-6pm

    A NGO forum on water, land and human rights, moderated by David Bolling, featuring Anuradha Mittal of the Oakland Institute, Muadi Mukenge, of  the Global Fund for Women, Lori Pottinger speaking on behalf of International Rivers, and Stephen Corry of Survival International. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public 

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    October 7, 2015
    6pm

    David B. William’s talk will recall his first encounters with the “children’s” tapestries and reveal the fascinating story behind this art form that is at once traditional and uniquely innovative. 

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    September 26, 2015 | September 26, 2015
    3-4:30pm

    Kara Women Speaks curator Anne Veh talks with artist Jane Baldwin about her 10-year project photographing the indigenous peoples and their way of life in Ethiopia's Omo River Valley. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    September 26, 2015 | September 26, 2015
    3-4:30pm

    Kara Women Speaks curator Anne Veh talks with artist Jane Baldwin about her 10-year project photographing the indigenous peoples and their way of life in Ethiopia's Omo River Valley. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon! 

  • Public
    Educational Program
    September 12, 2015
    3-4:30pm

    SVMA hosts a public forum with the extraordinary human rights and environmental activists of International Rivers, who will speak about their work to protect the globe's major rivers and the rights of communities who depend on them.   

    Related Exhibitions:

    Jane Baldwin: Kara Women Speak

    Notes:

    $10 svma members | $15 general public

    Tickets available online soon!

  • Public
    Educational Program
    August 1, 2015
    2pm

    Artist Chester Arnold and publisher Bart Schneider of Kelly's Cove Press discuss their collaboration around the series of books on the art of Richard Diebenkorn. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    The Intimate Diebenkorn

    Notes:

    $10 svma members

    $15 general public

  • Public
    Educational Program
    July 22, 2015
    6pm

    Art and poetry converge once again at SVMA when notable California poets William Greenwood and Nils Peterson read a selection of their work celebrating art and Richard Diebenkorn. Sonoma County Poet Laureate Katherine Hastings will introduce. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    The Intimate Diebenkorn

    Notes:

    $5 (Free with Museum admission, pay at the door.) 

    Includes the opportunity to view The Intimate Diebenkorn. Doors open at 5:30. 

  • Youth
    Studio Program
    July 20, 2015
    10am–3pm

    Kids ages 11-15 engage in a fun and dynamic week of visual art and creative writing at the Museum. 

    Related Exhibitions:

    The Intimate Diebenkorn

    Notes:

    $295 svma members

    $350 general public

    Scholarships are available. Please contact SVMA at 707-939-7862, x 13 for an application

  • Public
    Educational Program
    July 18, 2015
    2pm

    Jan Wurm of the Richmond Art center discusses Diebenkorn’s works on paper within the context of his Berkeley years.

    Related Exhibitions:

    The Intimate Diebenkorn

    Notes:

    $10 svma members

    $15 general public

  • Public
    Educational Program
    July 14, 2015
    1-3 pm

    This summer Ann Wiklund's small-group seminar shines the spotlight on Richard Diebenkorn.

    This program is Sold Out.  

    Related Exhibitions:

    The Intimate Diebenkorn

    Notes:

    Limited to 12 participants

    $45 svma members

    $55 general public

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