with Quincy Stamper
Thursday, September 14
Free with museum admission ($10 after 5 PM)
Photographer Quincy Stamper, who documented over twenty-nine Artist Drawing Club projects over the past five years, shares his unique perspective on the significance of this dynamic program series through an installation and conversation with artists. Michael Arcega, Julie Chang, Eliza Gregory, Ranu Mukherjee, Hadi Tabatabai, Weston Teruya and others join Stamper for a conversation about how museum practice needs to evolve to serve artists and the public in the twenty-first century. Stamper’s photographs of artists in their studios will be on view during the event. An informal mixer follows the discussion.
About the artist
Quincy Stamper is a photographer based in San Francisco. A teacher, husband and father of three, he focuses on portrait and event photography. Stamper’s discovery of the work of Gordon Parks sparked his love of photography and inspired him to build his practice, listening to and watching his community to learn how to capture the right moments.