A collaboration between feminist artist Judith Palmer and novelist Ben Stolzfus, ROMOLAND uses 25 art works as generative surfaces for a series of dialogues between a man and a woman. The Riverside Art Museum, in partnership with the Inlandia Institute, celebrates the 2016 publication of ROMOLAND by Knut House Press. Join us on November 19 at 12 noon for a spoken-word performance and book signing.
Sit By Me + Land/Sky + ROMOLAND Opening Receptions (+ Building Improvements Unveiling) | Friday, October 28, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Free
Please join us for this special joint Opening Reception for Sit By Me | Chairs by Sam Maloof, Mike Johnson, Geoffrey Keating, Laura Kishimoto, Laura Mays, Brandon Morrison, and Reed Hansuld and Land/Sky | Paintings by Karen Kitchel and Eric Nash, as well as ROMOLAND. We will also be celebrating the improvements we have made to our historic Julia Morgan building.
Join feminist artist Judith Palmer and novelist Ben Stoltzfus for a spoken word performance of Romoland, an embodied dialogue between a man and a woman that is a postmodernist reading that dramatizes the condition of being a woman in a world dominated by men. In partnership with the Inlandia Institute, please stay for a book signing by the artist and author following the performance.