A self-described Conceptual Realist, Los Angeles artist Robert Williams is credited as patriarch of some of the most significant and influential contemporary art movements. His proleptic career expands six decades, and he became known as revolutionary for embracing marginalized styles and underground cultures, like alternative comics, hot rods, pinups, graffiti and tattoo art. Williams is unabashed in his social commentary, and his paintings are rich in color, content and technique.
Dobson Lecture Hall at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum
Doors open: 6pm
Film Screening of Robert Williams: Mr. Bitchin': 6:30pm
Gallery Talk by Robert Williams and Sneak Preview of Slang Aesthetics! following the movie
Tickets are $5* each (seating is limited): Purchase Here
*FREE for MAC Center Stage Members and above
Season Kick-Off: The Good, The Bad and the Weird!
Activities on Mesa Arts Center Campus: 6-10pm
- Outdoor Concert by El Vez on Alliance Pavilion Stage, 8-10pm
- Hot Rod and Custom Car Show
- Food Vendors and Cash Bar
- And More!
FREE and OPEN to the Public!