Barbara McCaskill, Ph.D., is a scholar and author of “Love, Liberation, and Escaping Slavery: William and Ellen Craft in Cultural Memory.”
Join us for a reception celebrating deFINE ART, an annual program of fine art exhibitions, lectures, performances and public events.
Fibers department mentor Sari Gunderson recounts her experience as a designer and a fine artist in the professional world, from her time as a student to the present.
The session focuses on paper formatting, creating footnotes or endnotes and properly crediting the most common types of references.
The artists will speak about their respective creative practices and touch on the SCAD Museum of Art commissions on view, which engage architectural space in unique ways.
SCAD alumna Lauren Clay will discuss her custom handmade wallpaper created especially for the exhibition.
Carrie Mae Weems' work has lead her to investigate family relationships and gender roles, as well as the histories of racism, sexism, class and political systems.
Kent Knowles' colorful, large-scale paintings are positioned in an ambiguous space between allegory and personal symbolism.
In sculptures and paintings, Jeffrey Gibson intermingles elements of traditional Native American art with contemporary artistic references.
This multi-venue exhibition explores the phenomena of the “human zoo” in place during colonial times, and its impact on the politics of representation in the present.