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Ed Shad

ART TALK – Online Discussion with Broad Museum curator Ed Schad

Thursday, September 15, 1 – 2 pm

Supported by The MSJC Foundation

Zoom Link: https://msjc-edu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M_f0pstzT3yJFDJlgykq5w

This is a special opportunity to hear from The Broad museum curator Ed Schad. Schad will discuss his most recent exhibition Takashi Murakami: Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow as well as his career as a curator for one of the country’s finest contemporary art museums. The Broad makes its collection of contemporary art from the 1950s to the present accessible to the widest possible audience by presenting exhibitions and operating a lending program to art museums and galleries worldwide. By actively building a dynamic collection that features in-depth representations of influential contemporary artists and by advancing education and engagement through exhibitions and diverse public programming, the museum enriches, provokes, inspires, and fosters appreciation of art of our time.

Ed Schad is Curator and Publications Manager at The Broad in Los Angeles. Most recently, he has curated survey exhibitions of Shirin Neshat, Takashi Murakami, and William Kentridge. He also curated Carlos Cruz-Diez's Couleur Additve, co-curated a trilogy of group exhibitions Creature, Oracle, and a Journey that Wasn't, and was the host-curator of Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth co-organized by The Broad and the Royal Academy of London. Ed's writing has been included in Art Review, Frieze, Modern Painters, Flash Art, The Brooklyn Rail, The L.A. Weekly, Truthdig, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. In addition, he has contributed essays to mono-graphic catalogs on the work of Robert Irwin, Natalie Frank, Sterling Ruby, Kaz Oshiro, Enrique Martinez Celaya, Annie Lapin, Albert Contreras, Raimons Staprans, Charles Garabedian, Pieter Vermeersch, Kavin Buck, and Liat Yossifor.

Current exhibition: 

Rony Armas, Our Stories are Ancient

August 15 – September 22, 2022

Closing reception:
Thursday, September 22, 4 – 7 pm
tour with the artist at 6 pm

MSJC Art Gallery
1499 N State St. Building
1400 San Jacinto, CA 92583

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Contact: jknuth@msjc.edu

tierra by Rony Armas

Mission Statement

Through its exhibition of a wide range of artwork and the sponsoring of various arts-related activities, the Mt. San Jacinto College Art Gallery is a learning and cultural center that celebrates creativity and self-expression, while promoting the rich diversity of the human experience.