Contemporaries Lunchtime Lecture Series
The Contemporaries of the MFA present the new Lunchtime Lecture series, a grab bag of artist talks, panel discussions, and art historical lectures that focus on contemporary themes.
The Lunchtime Lecture series is open to the public and will start on April 6, 2015 at noon with a talk by contemporary photographer Selina Roman. A light lunch provided by the MFA Café will be provided for guests, with vegetarian options.
Cost (includes lunch and lecture):
$10 for members of The Contemporaries
$15 for non-members of The Contemporaries (does not include entrance to Museum galleries)
Please make reservations in advance. To purchase tickets, CLICK HERE.
Selina Roman was born in Florida in 1978. Trained as a print journalist, Roman ferreted out stories of injustice in marginalized communities such as migrant farm workers and the poor. After working in journalism, Roman spent five years in Miami at an international security and investigations firm where she became privy to the inner workings of the private-sector intelligence community. While in Miami, she immersed herself in the city’s fashion industry where she shot fashion campaigns for a local designer and honed her personal photographic style that mixed elements of fashion and reportage. Roman received her Masters of Fine Arts degree from the University of South Florida in 2013. Her work, which questions ideas of perception, power, protection and femininity, is in numerous private collections.
The Contemporaries was formed to build engagement among contemporary art enthusiasts with the Museum of Fine Art’s diverse programming, with a focus on supporting contemporary artists and exhibitions at the MFA and throughout the Tampa Bay area. The educational meets the social at The Contemporaries’ events, and we hope you can join us!
Image: Selina Roman, Untitled (Sand), 2012 Archival Print, 40″X60″ Courtesy of the Artist