Visual Arts

Conversation with Mary Sibande and Kellie Jones: Thursday, April 25, 5–6 PM at Faculty House, President's Ballroom.

Exhibition Reception: Thursday, April 25, 6–8 PM, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, 310 Dodge Hall, 2960 Broadway

Co-sponsored by the Institute for Research in African American Studies, Barnard College Departments of Art History and Africana Studies, the Collaborative to Advance Equity through Research at Columbia University and a Humanities New York Action Grant.

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Curated by Jenni Crain

On view: March 27 - April 14
Louise McCagg Gallery, 4th Floor Diana Center


Black Imaginaries, Scandinavian Diasporas

Artists’ Presentation
Thursday, March 7, 6 PM

Featuring Jeanette Ehlers, Ellen Nyman, and La Vaughn Belle, Moderated by Tami Navarro

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Alice Creischer will discuss her project “It is March 24 in the year 2000 which is compelling to be prospective” which examines an agenda adopted during the Lisbon Conference 2000 that marked the onset of dismantling the European welfare state. This work takes the form of an installation that incorporates diverse material, such as cardboard, posters, and plants.

Visit the studios of current seniors majoring in Visual Art at Barnard College. Students will present finished work from the semester alongside works in progress to better contextualize their overall process. The event is geared toward getting feedback from a larger audience and showcasing student work.

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