As part on their ongoing film screening series for the year, the ICA at MECA will show the documentary "Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968."
Made as a companion to the traveling exhibition of the same name, the film reflects the depth of women's contribution to the Pop Art movement. Featured artists include Pauline Boty, Faith Ringgold, Marisol Escobar, Idelle Weber and Niki deSaint Phalle.
The film, along with another video by Amsterdam-based artist Maria Pask, will be shown on March 24 at 6pm. Originally scheduled to screen in the ICA at MECA, it will now be shown in Osher Hall.
ICA to Screen Videos at Portland Pirates Games
The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art is collaborating with the Portland Pirates to present a series of video screenings at the Cumberland County Civic Center before the start of hockey games. ICA Director Daniel Fuller curated the series, which features artists from Canada, Sweden, and the United States. The brief artist-made videos, which are all hockey related, will be screened on the JumboTron.
March 1 Portland Pirates vs. Worcester Screening: Graeme Patterson's "Ten Point Game, with Darryl Sittler Narrating, 2008"
March 5 Portland Pirates vs. Bridgeport Screening Jen DeNike's "Air-Hockey, 2003"
March 6 Portland Pirates vs. Springfield Annika Larsson's "HOCKEY, 2004"