Calendar

  1. Bespoke: Fashion and Power with Endia Beal (New Date)

    Sold Out - Saturday, December 16 | 2 pm

    Join North Carolina–based artist Endia Beal in a discussion of fashion and power as they relate to the revolutionary Ebony Fashion Fair, the focus of special exhibition ...

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  2. Bespoke: Body Positivity with Jessamyn Stanley (Sold Out)

    SOLD OUT - Friday, January 5 | 7 pm

    Far more than a display of fabulous clothes, the Ebony Fashion Fair offered black women a vision of what they could wear and, ultimately, who they could be. “Bespoke”...

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  3. Lecture: Kente Cloth in the African Diaspora

    Friday, January 12 | 7 pm

    Precious Lovell, associate professor at North Carolina State University and designer-in-residence in Inspiring Beauty, discusses kente cloth in the African diaspora,...

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  4. Lecture: Women in Art

    Sunday, January 28 | 2 pm

    In 1971 art historian Linda Nochlin posed a revolutionary question in her essay “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” In 45 subsequent years of scholarship, much...

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  5. Lunch and Lecture: Frans Hals in America, Past and Present

    Friday, February 9 | 11 am

    Sharing research from a recent senior fellowship at the Frick Collection’s Center for the History of Collecting in America, curator Dennis Weller provides insights into the...

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  6. Drawing the Line on Art

    Saturday, February 10 | 10 am

    This intensive drawing workshop is taught by Michael Bramwell, professional artist and graduate of UNC–Chapel Hill. Participants learn nontraditional approaches to process...

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  7. Weinberg Lecture of Egyptology: “Conservation of Mummies at the Penn Museum”

    Sunday, March 11 | 2 pm

    Caring for and displaying ancient Egyptian mummies in museum collections has changed significantly since the early 20th century. Using Penn Museum case studies of human and...

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