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October 2020

Lunchtime Lecture: 50 Years of Mithila Art

October 21, 12:15 pm1:00 pm
Zoom

Susan S. Wadley, Professor of Anthropology, emerita, and Shalinee Kumari, Artist, share examples of the Mithila Collection at SU Art Museum that begins with paintings from the 1970s collected by H. Daniel Smith, then Professor of Religion, and more recently by Professor Wadley. Shalinee will discuss examples of her work included in the permanent museum collection. Register in advance here. 

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Lunchtime Lecture: Samuel Chamberlain

October 28, 12:15 pm1:00 pm
Virtual

Join Art Museum curator David Prince for Samuel Chamberlain: France through an American Lens. David Prince explores portrayals of French architecture by noted American printmaker who was born on this day, Samuel Chamberlain. RSVP HERE!

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Creepy Crawlies and Critters at the SUArt Museum

October 30, 12:00 pm1:00 pm
Zoom

Join the curatorial staff of the museum for a special pop-up exhibition and discussion of artwork from the permanent collection inspired by the Halloween weekend. Explore imagery that includes fantastical animals, unnerving images, insects, ghosts, ghouls and other playful subjects! CLICK TO JOIN!

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November 2020

Lunchtime Lecture: Ivan Mestrovic

November 4, 12:15 pm1:00 pm
Virtual

Join Vanja Malloy, director & chief curator of the Art Museum, for a lunchtime lecture on the artwork of former Syracuse University faculty and famed sculptor Ivan Mestrovic.   REGISTER HERE

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Using Art for Transformative Teaching

November 6, 10:00 am12:00 pm

This virtual workshop co-presented by Donna Gustafson (Rutgers University – Zimmerli Art Museum) and Syracuse University Art Museum Director, Vanja Malloy challenges participants to explore innovative ways to use art for teaching across disciplines. RSVP by Nov. 2 to suart@syr.edu to receive event link. This event is part of Syracuse Symposium’s year-long series on “Futures.” See the full season schedule at humcenter.syr.edu.

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COVID and the Future of Mithila Art

November 7, 9:30 am11:00 am

Join four Indian artists representing various aspects of the artist community discuss the effects of COVID-19 on Mithila Art, both artistically and financially for the future of a community that relies heavily on urban India and tourism for its livelihood. Moderated by Susan Wadley, Professor Emerita of Anthropology along with contemporary Mithila artists Prerna Jha, Shalini Kumari, Rani Jha, and Avinash Karn.  This panel is co-sponsored by the South Asia Center in the Maxwell School of Citizenship, the Art &…

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KARLINCHE | Visiting Artist Lecture Series

November 12, 6:30 pm8:00 pm

Karla Rosas is KARLINCHE, an undocumented illustrator and painter born in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, and based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Much of Karla’s work explores the relationship between “illegality,” family history, queerness, and self-identity. Karla’s work is grounded in the idea that the personal is political, and she considers her art a form of reasserting her subjectivity and agency as an undocumented person in the United States. Karla’s work has also been part of numerous political actions locally and nationally,…

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Wellness at the Museum: A Virtual Visit and Art Making Experience

November 17, 12:15 pm1:15 pm

Join us for a live event with director of the new Creative Arts Therapy Department Jennifer DeLucia and SU Art Museum director Vanja Malloy. Connect with a sense of hope, joy, and beauty through exploration of selected art works and participate in an art making experience focused on wellness and self-care. Registration by email to suart@syr.edu is required by November 1 for supplies to be mailed free to participants. Spaces are limited.

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jackie sumell | Visiting Artist Lecture Series

November 19, 6:30 pm8:00 pm

jackie sumell is a prison abolitionist and multidisciplinary artist inspired most by the lives of everyday people. She has spent the last 2-decades working directly with incarcerated folx, most notably, her elders Herman Wallace and Albert Woodfox. Her work, anchored at the intersection of art, education, permaculture and social practice has been exhibited extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe. She has been the recipient of multiple residencies and fellowships including, but not limited to a: 2020 Art 4 Justice Fellowship,…

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At the Intersection of “Found Histories” and Storytelling

November 21, 3:00 pm5:00 pm
Virtual

Join us for a virtual conversation between Independent curator Evan Starling-Davis G'20, Doctoral Student of Literacy Education, and interdisciplinary artist Ivan Forde. Continuing the conversation that sparked the 2020 Palitz Gallery "The Radical Collage: Afro-surrealism and the Repurposed Fabrication of Black Bodies," the duo will talk about the necessity of repurposing lost histories and legacies within present-day artmaking, the responsibility and advocacy of art institutions, and Afro-surrealism as a socially conscious point of entry for this work to be imagined.…

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