FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CSUFGrand Central Art Center presents:

Main Art Gallery
PROGRESS
In Search of the Elusive American Esthetic
Michael Davis and Stephen Moore

Project Room
TAKE OFF YOUR COAT. STAY AWHILE
A celebrated series featuring the short films of various international artists each week
Presented by Rat Powered Films

September 2 - October 22, 2006
Opening Reception:  Saturday, September 2, 7-10 pm


CSUF GRAND CENTRAL ART CENTER
125 N. Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701
Parking in lot at 3rd and Sycamore
714-567-7233, fax 714-567-7234
Director: Andrea Harris - 714-567-7234
Rental and Sales: Dennis Cubbage - 714-567-7236

E-mail, aharris@fullerton.edu
Web site, http://www.grandcentralartcenter.com
Hours: Tuesday – Thursday and Sunday 11a.m.-4p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11a.m.-9p.m.; first Saturdays until 10p.m.



In the 1960’s artists Michael Davis and Stephen Moore began an ongoing art project traveling across the USA over 6,000 milles and documenting their search for the elusive American esthetic through film and conceptual artwork.  

35 years later, Davis and Moore retraced their route, starting in New York City and ending in Los Angeles to answer two questions: What has changed about roadside America in the years since the original trip, and how does that affect the way we--and other travelers--see the country?

A do-not-miss sociological survey of the American dream and the sociological implications of globalization, technology, and ultimately time.

ADMISSION IS FREE



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