The UNLV College of Fine Arts' Department of Art presents the Visiting Artist Lecture Series with Artist Mathieu Gregoire.
Mathieu Gregoire has worked in many areas of contemporary art in public spaces, including planning, design and project management, with a special focus on new ideas. He has managed the design, commissioning and fabrication of 20 site-specific works in the Stuart Collection extending across the 2000-acre campus of the University of California, San Diego, a unique program begun in 1982 by James Stuart DeSilva and led by Mary Beebe. Since 2001, Gregoire has managed the development and construction of art commissions and acquisitions for the Bishop Collection at the University of California San Francisco’s new Mission Bay campus, a diverse collection encompassing all mediums. Gregoire has been responsible for the acquisition of more than 200 individual works for UCSF Mission Bay, comprising an in-depth survey of the work of more than 30 internationally recognized artists primarily based in California.
The artist's biographical information was taken from the Gregoire Associates website.
For more information on the Visiting Artist Lecture Series visit, the Marjorie Barrick Museum website.