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A musical celebration of the culture along the border between France and Spain.
The 25th Martirano Memorial Award Concert features music by prizewinning composers Utku Asuroglu, Luis Quintana, Dimou Stylianos, and Jin Zhuosheng.
Join us for a Gallery Conversation between guest curator, English professor Tim Dean and the artist Hal Fischer in the exhibition Hal Fischer Photographs: Seriality, Sexuality, Semiotics.
Join Curator Amy L. Powell for a free, guided tour of A Question of Emphasis: Louise Fishman Drawing titled “Queer Uses of Abstraction.”
Join us for a special Friday night reception to open our Fall 2021 season! You can enjoy viewing any of our collection galleries on the main and lower levels as well as the season’s special exhibitions. Admission is free. Pre-registration is not required. Visitor health and safety guidelines can be found at Know Before You Go.
How might we live our dying on a dying planet in a way that contests its terms? Drawing on work from her almost-completed book project Necrolandscaping, Casid offers an aesthetic tactics of landscape in the deformative, in which the volatile, strangely resilient powers of the negative are mined as vital resources for a Necrocene ethics.
In his artist’s lecture, Jim McDowell will discuss his face jugs. They represent, in part, the lives of enslaved people abducted from Africa, and their descendants who lived through slavery, the Civil War, Reconstruction, the Jim Crow South, the Great Migration, the Civil Rights era on into today's Black Lives Matter movement.