"Light/Words: Conversations with Poet Jorie Graham and Photographer
Larry Fink" is slated for Saturday, May 4, at 1:30 p.m., at the
Museum of Photographic Arts. This dual experience, moderated by
MoPA director Arthur Ollman, is offered in conjunction with the
museum's current show, "Photographers, Writers, and the American
Scene," an exhibit bringing together 35 photographers and 15 writers.
Tickets are $15 general. For information, call 619-238-7559 x230.
Painter Josť Clemente Orozco (1883-1949) influenced American art
with size, scope and themes of Mexican modernism and social progress.
In the late '20s, the artist took up residence in the United States,
which served as a period of growth and modernist expansion, which
resulted in a volume of work including his first commissioned
mural, located in Claremont California's Pamona College. More
than 100 of Orozco's studies, paintings, prints and drawings will
go on exhibit March 9 at the San Diego Museum of Art, the exhibit's
first stop on the tour. Along with the exhibition, the museum
will host several related events such as lectures, concerts and
a symposium. The museum also will offer free public tours of the
show in Spanish every Sunday at 2 p.m. through May 19, when the
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