November 22, 1999
Art professor presents downtown lecture
By Barbara McKenna
Art professor Frank Galuszka will present a talk titled "Painting, Myth, and
Multiversa." The talk, which is free and open to the public, takes place on
Thursday, December 9, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the McPherson Center for Art and History,
705 Front St. A reception follows.
Photo: Don Harris
A critically acclaimed painter, Galuszka has been featured in nearly two dozen
solo exhibits, more than 70 group exhibitions, and is included in a number of public
and corporate collections.
His recent work involves second order cybernetics--a field exploring the meaning
of cognition, communication, and organization in human, artificial, and natural systems.
The talk is presented as part of the Humanities Lecture Series, sponsored jointly
by the Humanities Division and the Art Museum of Santa Cruz County. The series runs
through June on the second Thursday of each month. For more information, call (831)
459-2696 or (831) 429-1964.
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