Author Archives: Tom Moore

Seven Colors (Telesm Series)
Ink, acrylic and paper with printed and hand-written Farsi text Eshgh "Love/Passion"
48 in diameter x 6 in depth / 121.9 cm diameter x 15.2 cm depth

Hadieh Shafie, IMDA Alumna Lecture

Visual Arts
Monday, September 15 | 1:00 p.m.
Hadieh Shafie, IMDA Alumna Lecture
Fine Arts Building Studio A (Room 109, first floor)

Hadieh (Hedieh) Shafie’s work has been featured in a number of major exhibitions in the United Staes and abroad, including the Jameel Prize traveling exhibition presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Institute du Monde Arabe, Paris; Casa Arabe, Madrid; Cantor Arts Centre, Stanford University; and the San Antonio Museum of Art, Texas. She received an MFA in Imaging and Digital Arts from UMBC in 2004. (Click heading for full description.)

Victoria Sambunaris
Untitled (Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park, Texas), 2010
Chromogenic Print
Courtesy of the artist

Victoria Sambunaris Artist Lecture

Visual Arts
Victoria Sambunaris Artist Lecture
Wednesday, October 8 | 4:00 p.m.
Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery

Victoria Sambunaris, whose photographic exhibition, Taxonomy of a Landscape, is currently on display at the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery, will speak about her work. Sambunaris received her MFA from Yale University in 1999. Each year, she structures her life around a photographic journey crossing the American landscape. Her most recent project has been working in South Texas photographing the intersection of geology, industry and culture encompassing the international boundary and energy industry.

Tom Scott Untitled, 1950s, oil on canvas, 69" x 69"

Tom Scott, Retrospective

Visual Arts
Thursday, October 9 – Saturday, December 13
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture

Tom Scott’s career as an artist spanned more than 60 years, from the early 1950s through the first decade of this century. His output is remarkable not only for its temporal span but for its quantity and qualities, amounting to over 3,000 by his death at age 85 in March 2013. It is also remarkable for the particular span of time it covers: a unique time that saw the ascendancy of American art on the world stage for the first time and an extraordinarily fertile period of general artistic invention worldwide that included the creation and maturing of important sub-movements of modernism, and simultaneously the beginning of post modern tendencies in art. Opening reception on Thursday, October 9. (Click heading for full description.)


Neja Tomšič, Visiting Artist Lecture

Visual Arts
Wednesday, October 15 | 12:00 p.m.
Neja Tomšič, Visiting Artist Lecture
132 Performing Arts & Humanities Building

Neja Tomšič is a visual artist and writer from Ljubljana, Slovenia. She co-founded the Museum of Transitory Art (MoTA) in 2008 and has been involved in strategic planning, international collaborations and development of an artist residency program. Tomšič will be in residence in UMBC’s Department of Visual Arts for five weeks this fall, from October 9 until November 12. (Click heading for full description.)


Livewire: Ruckus

Thursday, October 16 | 8:00 p.m.
Ruckus, the contemporary music ensemble in residence at UMBC
Concert Hall, Performing Arts & Humanities Building

Ruckus, the contemporary music ensemble in residence at UMBC, featuring clarinetist E. Michael Richards, flutist Lisa Cella, percussionist Tom Goldstein, trombonist Patrick Crossland, and other colleagues, presents a concert featuring masterpieces from the new music repertoire, including works by Globokar, Stockhausen, Leibowitz and Lachenmann. (Click heading for full description.)


Livewire: Patrick Crossland, Trombone

Friday, October 17 | 8:00 p.m.
Livewire: Patrick Crossland, Trombone
Concert Hall, Performing Arts & Humanities Building

Presented as part of the Livewire new music festival, trombonist Patrick Crossland performs major works from the contemporary music repertoire, including pieces by Leibowitz, Berio, Alsina, Kagel, Wyttenbach, Drouet and Palmer. (Click on heading for full description.)


Livewire: Ensemble Laboratorium

Saturday, October 18 | 8:00 p.m.
Livewire: Ensemble Laboratorium
Concert Hall, Performing Arts & Humanities Building

The Department of Music’s Livewire festival presents the Ensemble Laboratorium, which will perform a collection of movements from single work, also entitled Laboratorium, by renowned composer Vinko Globokar. (Click on heading for full description.)


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