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Today is:
Tue, May 17, 2022
12:00pm
Athenaeum Series - Artist's Talk by Kristin Powers Nowlin
(Fine Arts)
The artist has dealt with issues of race and gender in her artwork for nearly eighteen years. In her current body of woodblock prints, she uses images and symbols for the ways that either our popular culture or our scientific/academic cultures have used to specify the race of an individual. Skin, hair, facial features, and family trees have all been explored and exploited as ways to include or exclude people from one category or another. Individually, the woodblock prints either consciously use these stereotypes as a way to question their absurdity or explore the issues through more personal history and narratives. As a whole, her work challenges the unique history of race in American culture.
Location: Kent Library - Sadie's Place
Contact: Vicki Gruzynski
E-Mail vgruzynski@semo.edu
(573) 651-2666
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