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Africa Now! Contemporary Art by African Women

Curated by Kali McMillan, February 4 – 25, 2018 Opening Reception, Sunday, February 4, 2018, 2-4 pm Saturday, February 17 1-3:30 gallery walk and panel discussion on women shaping contemporary African art with the artists, curator and guest speaker Curlee…

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Making History Visible: Faculty Roundtable on Art and Visualizing the American Nation, December 1, 2017

On Friday, December 1, 2017,  2:00 pm, McCormick 101, in conjunction with the installation Making History Visible, Martha Sandweiss, director of the Princeton and Slavery Project, will moderate a discussion about how visual forms, economic systems, and civic institutions shape historical…

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Artist Talk: Titus Kaphar, November 16, 2017

On Thursday, November 16, 2017, 5:30 pm, at Princeton University, McCosh 10, join renowned American artist Titus Kaphar—whose work forms the conceptual core of the Museum’s engagement with the campus-wide conversation focused on the Princeton & Slavery Project—for a discussion…

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A Syllabus for Making Work About Race as a White Artist in America

In his article in Hyperallergic Ryan Wong provides “assignments for the white artist to understand their own racial position,” assignments which can be applied to many different vocations and aspects of the white world.  Try them.    

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Emmett Till Painting by White Artist Draws Protest

“When does art cross into appropriation and exploitation? Baruti Kopano, an associate professor at Morgan State University and co-editor of “Soul Thieves: The Appropriation and Misrepresentation of African American Popular Culture,” weighs in on that question and discusses the controversy.”  Randy Kennedy also…

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