Sunday, April 22, 3-5pm
CMCA Members free; others with admission
How do artists see—and talk about—other artists work? Join us for a wide-ranging and fascinating discussion between painters John Moore and Sam Cady, two artists renowned for their visual acuity and unique perspectives on representation. John Moore’s work is featured in the current exhibition Resonance; Cady’s work was the subject of the exhibition, Sam Cady | Parts of the Whole, presented at CMCA in Spring 2017.
John Moore (b. 1941; St. Louis, MO) received his BFA from Washington University and his MFA from Yale. His work is in many museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Chicago Art Institute, the Yale Art Gallery, the Colby College Museum of Art, and the Portland Museum of Art, among others. He has taught at the Tyler School of Art, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the University of California, Berkley, Boston University, and the University of Pennsylvania. He lives in Belfast, Maine.
Sam Cady (b. 1943; Boothbay Harbor, ME) received a BA from the University of New Hampshire and an MFA from Indiana University. He taught in the graduate program at the School of Visual Arts, NYC, from 1984 to 2007. Throughout this period, he split his time between New York and his home and studio in Friendship, Maine, where he lives today.