Wednesday, March 29, 2017 7:30PM
Copley Symphony Hall

Not On Sale

A San Diego Symphony Salon Series Presentation at the Jacobs Music Center

It’s one of the basic contradictions of our time that we live in an era of extreme divisiveness (you’re red, I’m blue), but in the arts, barriers are coming down. Composers are getting more visual while artists are getting more musical. What effect does this have on artists and musicians? What are the ramifications for visual art, which has traditionally been object-oriented (ask any collector), and music where, for all intents and purposes, there is no “object”? How do you "view" sounds? How do you "listen to" images? This panel discussion will be moderated by James Chute and includes Ginger Shulick Porcella, Executive Director of the San Diego Art Institute, and Kate Hatmaker, co-founder of Art of Élan and a violinist with the San Diego Symphony Orchestra. Musicians of the Orchestra will perform. Additional participants will be Matias Tarnopolsky, Executive and Artistic Director of Cal Performances in Berkeley and composer/guitarist Bryan Jacobs.

This is event is FREE, but ticketed. Lobby and bars open at 6:30pm.

Reservations for this presentation are now SOLD OUT! We hope you can join us for the next Art Connection presentation, "Amplified Urbanism," on Tuesday, May 9.

About ART CONNECTION: San Diego Symphony’s Lively Conversations about Art, Culture and Creativity:

The San Diego Symphony is launching a new series of events featuring experts in the fields of music, fine arts, architecture, literature and culture. Each presentation will focus around a specific topic that will be discussed by distinguished speakers and experts in their field, providing audiences with insights and provocative new ways of thinking about how art intersects with the world.

Envisioned as an opportunity for San Diegans to experience live and in person some of the most creative and dynamic writers, artists and cultural provocateurs working today, ART CONNECTION will bring to San Diego creative and inspirational speakers who will challenge our concepts of how art and music, space and location, creativity and commerce, influence our personal experience and collective identity.

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