@ Riverside Art Museum

October 18, 2016 – January 22, 2017

Opening Reception: Friday, October 28, 2016, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

A collaboration between feminist artist Judith Palmer and novelist Ben Stolzfus, ROMOLAND uses 25 art works as generative surfaces for a series of dialogues between a man and a woman. The Riverside Art Museum, in partnership with the Inlandia Institute, celebrates the 2016 publication of ROMOLAND by Knut House Press. Join us on November 19 at 12 noon for a spoken-word performance and book signing.

Related Programming

Sit By Me + Land/Sky + ROMOLAND Opening Receptions (+ Building Improvements Unveiling) | Friday, October 28, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Free

Please join us for this special joint Opening Reception for Sit By Me | Chairs by Sam Maloof, Mike Johnson, Geoffrey Keating, Laura Kishimoto, Laura Mays, Brandon Morrison, and Reed Hansuld and Land/Sky | Paintings by Karen Kitchel and Eric Nash, as well as ROMOLAND. We will also be celebrating the improvements we have made to our historic Julia Morgan building.

Romoland Enacted | Saturday, November 19, 12 noon – 2 p.m., Free with paid admission or membership

Join feminist artist Judith Palmer and novelist Ben Stoltzfus for a spoken word performance of Romoland, an embodied dialogue between a man and a woman that is a postmodernist reading that dramatizes the condition of being a woman in a world dominated by men. In partnership with the Inlandia Institute, please stay for a book signing by the artist and author following the performance.