Mar 24, 2023 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Join us for an evening of conversation and live music featuring artist Thomas Campbell and professional skateboarder and musician Ray Barbee. Campbell will discuss his current exhibition at UMOCA—Making stuff to express stuff, To share stuff, So others can feel or wanna make stuff, Hopefully.—with UMOCA Curator of Exhibitions Jared Steffensen. Following the artist-curator conversation, Ray Barbee will perform a set of live music. Adam Michael Terry will live score the making-of video that accompanies Campbell’s current exhibition at the Museum.
Capacity is capped at 250. Seating available for 200. First come, first served. All ages event.
Thomas Campbell is a self-taught painter, sculptor, photographer, and filmmaker. He splits his time between his studio in Bonny Doon, California and traversing the globe making films. Campbell’s artworks combine scribbles and scriptures, taking slogans and anecdotes from his unique vocabulary and juxtaposing them with a profound look at human nature.
Ray Barbee is an American skateboarder, photographer, and musician from San Jose, California. Barbee was one of the first skateboarders to bring freestyle/flatland tricks to street, technical ollie combinations and numerous no comply variations. He is best known for his no complys and fluid style. A music writer and multi-instrumentalist, Barbee released his debut EP on Galaxia Records in 2003, Triumphant Procession, a collection of jazz-influenced instrumental tracks which Barbee produced and engineered in his home studio.
Adam Michael Terry has been working for 20 years in filmmaking, film scoring, photography, analog animation, design, and creative writing, music production, multi instrumentation, DJing, and live music performance. Terry has written and live performed 3 original compositions for exhibits at UMOCA.
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