Tuesday, September 28, 2010

October 4th & 18th, Nov. 1st & 15th - UCLA Lecture series:EXHIBITING AFRICA

Lecture series: EXHIBITING AFRICA: Critical Curatorial Practice in the 21st Century
Sponsored by UCLA African Studies Center, Fowler Museum at UCLA and UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures

Location: 10383 Bunche Hall from 4:00 – 6:00 PM
Free and open to the public

The lecture series addresses dynamic alternative approaches to Africa’s representation in museum and exhibition contexts of the 21st century.

  • Oct. 4  Barbara Thompson, of Stanford University: Contemporary Controversies: Curatorial Activism in the Arts of Africa
  • Oct. 18 Raymond Silverman, of University of Michigan: Reimagining Curatorial Practice in 21st-Century Africa: Community Museums
  • Nov. 1 Gemma Rodrigues, of Fowler Museum at UCLA: Simultaneous Translation: In and out of Africa/In and out of Time
  • Nov. 15 Sylvester Ogbechie, of UC Santa Barbara: Curating Africa as a Site of Globalization
Pay-by-space and all-day ($10) parking available in lot 3.

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