Program | TRAC 2019

Program

This schedule is subject to change.
  • Day 1

    Sunday, March 31st

  • Day 2

    Monday, April 1st

  • Day 3

    Tuesday, April 2nd

  • Day 4

    Wednesday, April 3rd

  • Day 5

    Thursday, April 4th


  • Where
    The Lanai beachfront patio

  • Where
    San Miguel A

  • Where
    Ballroom




  • Where
    Ballroom

  • Where
    San Miguel A & B


  • Where
    San Miguel B

  • Where
    San Miguel A

  • Where
    San Miguel A & B

  • Introduced by Suzy Hart, produced by Scott W. Mason, directed by Sonny Quinn
    Where
    Santa Cruz

  • Where
    Ballroom



  • A short bus trip takes us to the Blackboard Gallery to see "The Illusionists," curated by Michael Pearce, then on to the Kwan Fong Gallery, and the Rolland Gallery, where curator Joseph Bravo will speak about the exhibits. Buses depart Crowne Plaza Hotel-11:30 a.m. Arrive at Carnegie Museum-12 noon Depart Carnegie Museum-12:45 p.m. Arrive at Blackboard Gallery @ Studio Channel Islands-1:15 p.m. Boxed lunch provided Depart Blackboard Gallery @ Studio Channel Islands-2:30 p.m. Arrive at Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture @ Cal Lutheran-3 p.m. 3:30-4:00 Walk across campus to view Chalk Art Festival along the way on sidewalks (It is a 15 minute walk. If you have mobility issues the bus is available to transport you to the Rolland gallery across campus. Bus will leave around 3:55 p.m.) Arrive at William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art @ Cal Lutheran-4:00 p.m. Reception @ 4:00 p.m.. Talk by Joseph Bravo @ 4:30 p.m. Depart William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art @ Cal Lutheran-5:00 p.m. Arrive at Crowne Plaza Hotel by 6:30 p.m.
    Where
    Meet outside the hotel


  • Where
    San Miguel A and B

  • Where
    Ballroom




  • Where
    Ballroom

  • Where
    San Miguel B

  • Where
    San Miguel A


  • Where
    San Miguel A & B

  • Where
    Ballroom

  • When Scott was 7, his biological father left the family. From the wound that this abandonment created, the artist F. Scott Hess was born. This documentary examines the complex and visionary artistry of Hess. After 32 years he reunites with his father and creates a mock National Exhibit questioning the authority of perceived truths and the dubious 400 year of his paternal family history. Director Shirin Bazleh and F. Scott Hess will talk about the film.
    Where
    Santa Cruz

  • Where
    Top of the Harbor Ballroom

  • Where
    Ballroom

  • Where
    Ballroom