Henry Art Gallery
Thursday, February 22, 2018, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice: John Neff

John Neff produces artworks, organizes exhibitions, and works as a teaching artist. He currently serves as a curatorial board member at Chicago’s Iceberg Projects and as co-director of the Ravenswood Elementary School Curatorial Practice Program. Neff presented his photographic work in a 2013 solo exhibition at Chicago’s Renaissance Society and has participated in exhibitions at Donald Young Gallery, MCA Chicago, Night Club, and The Philadelphia Museum of Art.


Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice is organized by the School of Art + Art History + Design at the University of Washington with support from the Henry Art Gallery. The general public is invited to sit alongside degree-seeking individuals studying fine art to share ideas and raise questions about contemporary art. Following the public lectures, UW graduate and undergraduate art students enrolled in ART 361/595 interface with the visiting artists in the classroom and studio.



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