What is Live? with Stella Lochman
Tuesday, April 28 | 1:30 PM
Stay home. Stay safe. Stay connected with our new series of online gatherings, Art Connects!
What is live? In the wake of COVID-19 and new social distancing regulations, an unprecedented era of digital programming has emerged, transforming the landscape of public programming and engagement.
In this edition of Art Connects, Stella Lochman, Manager of Public Engagement at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, will discuss this shift towards live, virtual programming. She will also share her current interest in online performative exercises, Happy Hours, Vogue Jams and quarantine dance parties.
This discussion will be in conversation with Melissa Lee, Director of Education and Public Programs, and Stephanie Bokenfohr, Adult Programs Coordinator.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Stella Lochman is the Manager of Public Engagement at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. When the building is open, she coordinates large-scale, long-term, social practice artist commissions, serving as liaison between the artists, the museum, the San Francisco Public Library and history, community and arts organizations across the Bay Area. She is currently spearheading a digital take-over series to be presented on sfmoma.org starting in May.