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Tuesday, March 12th 2024

Artist Conversations @ CMU: Catalina Schliebener Muñoz, Marvin Touré, and Isla Hansen

FREE Panel Talk with Mattress Factory Installing Artists at CMU's School of Art

FREE | No Registration Required

Artists Catalina Schliebener Muñoz, Marvin Touré and Isla Hansen have three solo exhibitions opening March 8th at Mattress Factory's 1414 Monterey Building.

In a group discussion joined by independent curator Monique Long and Mattress Factory Executive Director David Oresick, the artists will discuss thoughts and processes behind their exhibitions. From archive, memory, and material investigations to world building and familial histories, this discussion will weave together three different experiences in discovery.

This conversation is co-presented by the Carnegie Mellon University School of Art and the Mattress Factory.

This event takes place in Kresge Theatre, located on the first floor of Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Fine Arts building. Public parking is available in the East Campus garage or along Frew, Tech, and Margaret Morrison Streets. Campus maps can be found here.

The event will take place at Carnegie Mellon University's Kresge Theatre.

who IT’s For

Free and Open to All

Date & Times

March 12th, 2024
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
The event will take place at Carnegie Mellon University's Kresge Theatre.

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