Art historian Dora Apel considers the dynamic nature of memory, how it can be mobilized for social justice, and how memory is embodied, including through her own experience as a daughter of Holocaust survivors and a cancer survivor. A reception for Dora Apel and artist Buzz Spector will precede the lecture.
The Loeb Art Center hosts a public reception celebrating the exhibition On the Grid: Ways of Seeing in Print, followed by a conversation featuring visiting artist Aaron R. Turner, founder/director of the Center for Art as Lived Experience and the Photographers of Color Podcast at the University of Arkansas School of Art.
Explore the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center while listening to music sung by the Vassar College Women’s Chorus, Chamber Singers, and Choir. Short performances at 6:00 p.m., 6:30 p.m., and 7:00 p.m.
Chacon, the first Native American awarded the Pulitzer Prize for music, will join Loeb curator John P. Murphy for a conversation about art, music, and Indigenous cultural expression. Their dialogue will be followed by a performance of the experimental composition Horse Notations. Registration required.
With Ariana Maki, guest curator of Beyond the Threshold: Tibetan Contemporary Art at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, and artists Gonkar Gyatso, Nyema Droma, and Marie-Dolma Chopel.
Botti and Yoshioka of Duo della Luna celebrate their recently released recording Mangetsu. Their repertoire features contemporary works, exploring the natural world, myths, story-telling, and folk songs.
Celebrate the opening of Mastery and Merit: Selections from the Jack Shear Collection of Tibetan Art and Beyond the Threshold: Tibetan Contemporary Art with a reception followed by a panel of speakers.
Christina Seely’s multidisciplinary photographic practice stretches into the fields of science, design, installation, and sound. This talk includes a screening of her short film Dissonance, filmed in summer 2019 on a rapidly melting Greenland ice sheet while traveling with the Institute of Arctic Studies.
This 29-minute film explores how climate change destroys not only a physical place, but also a psychic territory within us. Presented during “Late Night at the Loeb” in conjunction with the exhibition Cryosphere: Humans and Climate in Art from the Loeb. Consecutive screenings from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
This multidisciplinary artist will discuss his current project, which involves altering 19th century landscape engravings to include contemporaneous images borrowed from Anti-Slavery publications.