Fredric Jameson Gallery, Friedl Building, East Campus. November 11-15, 2013
The work is a perspective, an intervention, and an invitation for diverse audiences to engage with art and artist. Students, artists, researchers and faculty at three universities in three cities in two countries are collaborating on this exhibit: the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Medellín, Emerson College in Boston, and Duke University in Durham. We integrate publications, pedagogies, and practices of writing with those of art, architecture, science and social science to focus on some our world’s most pressing local and global 21st-century problems.
Curators: Juan Luis Mesa S, Luis Eduardo Serna, Miguel Rojas-Sotelo, J. Samper.
Artists: Julio César Bedoya, José Alexander Caicedo Castaño, Luisa Fernanda Cárdenas Zapata, Esteban Llano Piedrahíta, Andrés Felipe Salas Carmona, Susana Moncada Sanchez, Vita Osorio Sanmartin"
Director. Tamera Marko.
Duke University Reception, Exhibition and Discussion with Guest Artists: “A Model for Empowering a People to Reclaim Their Reality”
Tuesday, Nov 12, 6:30–8 p.m.
Fredric Jameson Gallery, Friedl Building, East Campus
Colombian refreshments provided
Live video interaction with public & artists at simultaneous reception in two countries
Colombia reception will take place at the Aula Internacional: Espacio Cultural Independiente. Barrio Carlos E. Restrepo. Calle 52 64a – 29 Bloque 73 Primer piso Tel: (574) 230-8543
Discussions: Duke University Panel Discussion: “Art as Research ~ The Intervention of Art in 21st Century Environmental and Social Justice Crises”
Wednesday, Nov 13, 7–8:30 p.m. Perkins 217
Register by Nov 6
Duke University: Digging Deeper Discussion
Thursday, Nov 14, 12:15–1:45 p.m.
Trustees Board Room, 201 Allen Building
Register via firstname.lastname@example.org by November 6
Pre-Event Discussions with Duke University Students
Who is the Storyteller? Art as Rhetorical Mobility for Colombia and Colombians
Monday, Oct 28, 6:30 – 8 p.m.
Discussion Leader: Bailey Sincox
Reading Assignment: “Disrupting Doble Desplazamiento in Conflict Zones: Alternative Feminist Stories Cross the Colombian-U.S. Border” (Tamera Marko, Reflections Volume 12.1, Fall 2012)
Register via email@example.com by November 4. Space will be limited.
The New Medellín: Innovation and Violence Compete for a City’s Image Monday
Monday, Nov 4, 6:30 – 8 p.m.
Discussion Leader: Vaibhav Penukonda
Register via firstname.lastname@example.org by November 2. Space will be limited.
Bananas, Coffee, and Cocaine: US-Colombia Commerce and Politics
Thursday, Nov. 7, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Discussion Leader: Gayle Powell
Register via email@example.com by November 5. Space will be limited.
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