"Time Frames: Andy Warhol's Film and Video," lecture by John G. Hanhardt, senior curator for media arts, Smithsonian American Art Museum. As part of the exhibition programming for "In the Event of Andy Warhol," Hanhardt will provide the keynote lecture exploring Warhol's work in film and video. Andy Warhol created a large and distinctive body of films and videotapes that are recognized as an important part of his art practice. This talk will examine the different ways that Warhol shaped time and narrative in both media and will be illustrated with excerpts from his films and videotapes. Hanhardt is senior curator for media arts, Nam June Paik Media Arts Center, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Since beginning his career at the department of film at the Museum of Modern Art, he has curated film and media arts at the Walker Art Center, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Guggenheim Museum. A reception follows.