The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860-1989
January 30 - April 19, 2009
Live Performances, Education, and Public Programs
In conjunction with the exhibition, the Guggenheim Museum presents Third Mind Live, a performance and lecture series that will bring world-renowned practitioners in the fields of dance, music, performance art, and theater to the museum's gallery and theater spaces. The program is subject to change, and is scheduled to include:
The museum will provide additional context through discussions with artists about their relationship with Asia as a source of creative and conceptual inspiration, along with other extensive public programs presented by the Sackler Center for Arts Education. These panel discussions, lectures, and performance programs will take a multidisciplinary perspective drawing from the fields of visual art, music, literature, dance, philosophy, and cultural studies. In addition, programming will feature a film and video series, a school tour and workshop program, after-school and technology-based programs, professional development workshops for educators, curriculum guides, family events and tours, and integrated digital components such as pod casts and an audio tour. For updated program information or tickets, contact the Box Office at 212 423 3587 or click here.
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