This intimate conversation will center around Zombie Painting, the art medium that “never dies” despite repeated declarations of its demise throughout modern times. Join Michael Z. Belcon, NSU Art Museum’s Wege Foundation Assistant Education Curator, as he leads this roundtable discussion regarding the persistence of painting’s traditions and innovations. This program is presented in conjunction with the Museum’s exhibition Glory of the World: Color Field Painting.
February 16, 2024
NSU Art Museum Board Room
Free for Members
Included with Museum admission for non-members
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The Artist’s Roundtable lunch-time series connects museum visitors to creative professionals, igniting conversations in a close discussion around ideology, practice, and technique.
Guests are welcome to pre-order lunch from the Museum Café to enjoy a delicious meal or snack to accompany our conversation. Artists’ roundtables are free to members and included with museum admission for non-members.
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Michael Z. Belcon, NSU Art Museum’s Wege Foundation Assistant Education Curator is a multi-disciplined artist and art educator, his practice focuses on exploring methods of print media, digital media, painting, drawing, and sculpture. He works to facilitate the arts through education into his raison d’être or reason for being. His recent series Exercise is an ongoing video animation project which actively gathers and showcases a mark-making lexicon that is physically produced, and digitally transformed. Born on December 15th, 1993, in Toronto, Canada, he attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and graduated with a BFA in 2016. Belcon works as a curator of education in the arts in South Florida.
Major support for NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale is provided by the David and Francie Horvitz Family Foundation Endowment, the City of Fort Lauderdale, Jerry Taylor and Nancy Bryant Foundation, Broward County Cultural Division, the Cultural Council, and the Broward County Board of County Commissioners, Lillian S. Wells Foundation, Community Foundation of Broward, the State of Florida through the Division of Arts and Culture and the National Endowment for the Arts, Wege Foundation, Beaux Arts, Delia Moog, Dr. Barry and Judy Silverman, Broward Health, Friends of NSU Art Museum, Dr. Mariana Morris, and Spirit Charitable Foundation.
Courtesy of Michael Z. Belcon