Visiting Artist Lecture - Monday, February 10
Jose Bedia, born in Cuba, (1959) he began his transcultural explorations in his twenties. In 1981 he participated in the ground-breaking exhibition, “Volumen Uno”, in Havana, where he and a group of artists presented conceptual and installation art. By the late 80’s Bedia’s work was recognized worldwide. It is during this time that he developed a distinctive and discerning visual vocabulary uniquely his own. Bedia’s investigations are centered in the living traditions of the indigenous cultures of the Americas and Africa.
All lectures are free to the public and held at Sonoma State University in the Art Department. This semesters lectures will be held on Mondays, Carson Hall Room 68 from Noon - 1:00pm.
The Visiting Artists Lecture Series provides our students with valuable insights and exposure to art professionals and their work.
The Visiting Artist Lecture Series is supported in part through grants from the Instructionally Related Activities Fund of Sonoma State University, and the Imagery Estate Winery. Thank you.
$5.00 Parking Permit required 24/7
Sonoma State University is located 50 miles north of San Francisco, off Highway 101, adjacent to the communities of Rohnert Park and Cotati. From San Francisco Bay Area, take Highway 101 north to Rohnert Park Expressway exit. Turn right onto Rohnert Park Expressway and follow to its end at Petaluma Hill Road. Turn right on Petaluma Hill Road to the stoplight at East Cotati Avenue. Right on East Cotati Avenue to Main Entrance of the campus on your right. Information Booth is at the end of the drive.