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Dr. Ethelene Whitmire
Monday, March 12, 2018
4:30 pm, Morris Library
Dr. Nomusa Makhub, “Art Rage”
Monday, October 30, 2017
5:00 pm, 202 Old College Hall
The African Studies Program and the Center for Global & Area Studies, co-sponsored by the Paul R. Jones Initiative, College of Arts & Sciences, present South African art historian and artist Dr. Nomusa Makhuba. She will discuss the complexities of curating art, not in controlled institutional exhibition spaces, but in volatile and conflicted “post-apartheid” public spaces such as campuses and cities. Please join us to hear Dr. Makhubu on how art signifies inclusion.
Zoe Charlton - "Luster" exhibition, artist talk and reception
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
6:30 pm, Smith Hall, room 130
This public conversation with Baltimore-based artist Zoë Charlton and UD
Professor Julie McGee is generously supported by the College of Arts
& Sciences, Paul R. Jones Initiative (PRJI). Charlton creates
drawings that explore the ironies of contemporary social and cultural
stereotypes. She received her MFA from the University of Texas at Austin
and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art at American
University in Washington, DC. McGee is an art historian with specialties
in African American art and contemporary African art. She has curated
numerous exhibitions and published widely on contemporary African
American art and South African art, with particular focus on artist and
museum praxis. McGee is an Associate Professor of Black American Studies
and Art History at UD.
River of Freedom: Music from the Americas
Saturday, March 16, 2019
3:00 pm, Gore Recital Hall
River of Freedom is an arts-integrated work written for narrator, solo
voice and chamber ensemble. The piece brings history to life through
words by Caitlyn Kamminga, music by Adam Walters and art
by Che Lovelace.
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
6:00 pm, 007 Willard Hall
Poetry reading by Pulitzer Prize winning author Tyehimba Jess, in conjunction wih the exhibition Drawing Connections: Illustration and the Written Word. Book signing and reception to follow in Old College Gallery.
Maria Bauman - Renew and Restore
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
108 E. Main Street, Studio 104
This workshop given by Maria Bauman, MBDance artistic director, (formerly of Urban Bush Women) creates the time and context to slow down and experience physical and mental restoration.
Allan de Souza
Black Artists and Collage: A Conversation
Wednesday, March 2, 2022, 5-6 p.m. ESTMechanical Hall Gallery (in person event)
Explore the significance of collage for Black artists during this conversation with Teri Henderson, a Baltimore-based curator and writer and the founding director of the Black Collagists Arts Incubator, and Danielle Canter, art history doctoral candidate and guest curator of the exhibition Gathered Together: Black Artists and the Collage Aesthetic.
During the discussion, Henderson will speak to her efforts to highlight the work of Black collage artists, and Canter will speak about the exhibition on view in Mechanical Hall Gallery that she recently curated.
The medium of collage offers artists an inventive means of constructing a work of art, often incorporating everyday materials and found objects, such as newspapers, photographs and fabric. Gathered Together: Black Artists and the Collage Aesthetic explores the practice and visual strategies of collage, highlighting the University’s collection of African American art.
The event is supported by the College of Arts and Sciences, Paul R. Jones Initiative (PRJI).
Listen to the talk (requires UD login)