SAM Out Late! with Kenny Pittock

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This article was published on 15, April, 2016. The infomation contained wihin may be out of date or inaccurate.

Kenny Pittock will be at SAM talking about the ideas and meaning behind his captivating vending machine artwork "31 Dinner Options While Waiting for the Last Train Home", 2015.

The Shepparton Art Museum will welcome Cornucopia artist Kenny Pittock to SAM for SAM Out Late! on Thursday 21 April.

For each exhibition, SAM develops a series of SAM Out Late! programs to complement the exhibitions. The program invites exhibiting artists and curators to present floor talks and forums allowing insight into artistic processes and a deeper understanding into exhibition themes.  The evening also encourages those attending to add to the dialogue on the night by ask questions and get involved in the conversation.

In response to SAM current exhibition, Cornucopia, next week artist Kenny Pittock  will be at SAM presenting on  the ideas and meaning behind his captivating vending machine artwork 31 Dinner Options While Waiting for the Last Train Home.

Throughout the duration of Cornucopia this life size contemporary cornucopia has tricked and delighted visitors to the Museum. As you approach the vending machine you see the familiar snack options all lined up, perfectly lit and it’s only after a closer look do you notice these snack are not quite right.

To find out how Pittock’s vending machine came together and more about his artistic process come along to the free SAM event on Thursday 21 April.

SAM Out Late! with Kenny Pittock
When: Thursday 21 April, 6 – 7pm
Where: SAM
Cost: Free
RSVP: Call SAM (03) 5832 9861, light refreshments provided

SAM Out Late! with curator Anna Briers
Learn more about the themes and artists in the exhibition Cornucopia with Senior Curator Anna Briers.
When: Thursday 12 May, 6 – 7pm
Where: SAM
Cost: Free
RSVP: Call SAM (03) 5832 9861, light refreshments provided