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Professor of Religious Studies Debra Campbell will discuss Lawrence’s depiction of a Catholic priest and nun in his c. 1968 painting, and the complex position of the Catholic Church within the Civil Rights movement.
Zao Wou-Ki’s unique pictorial language drew from a rich variety of sources—ancient and modern, Asian and European. Exhibition co-curator Melissa Walt will examine how the artist moved across time and space in several of the... more >
A conversation between Curator of Academic Programs, Shalini Le Gall, and Assistant Professor of English Jay Sibara on Glenn Ligon’s use of James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son (1955) in the work Untitled (2016),... more >
Performers and speakers: Matthew Houston (UMaine Farmington, Philospphy), Christiane Guillois (Colby College, French), Steven Nuss (Colby College, Music), Steve Pane (UMaine Farmington, Music), Feldman’s Last Pieces are short, aphoristic works for piano that are hot topics in... more >