The Department of Fine Arts‘ SkypeOnArt will begin its spring season on Monday, January 29th, with a presentation by artist and activist Joyce Kozloff. Ms. Kozloff has been involved with the 1970s feminist collective Heresies to We Make America, a current group of artists who make Statue of Liberty-inspired props and signage for numerous protests against President Donald Trump. In her latest exhibition, “Girlhood,” which is showing at the Moore Gallery in Washington, DC, Ms. Kozloff juxtaposes her adult obsession with antiquated cartography with her own childhood drawings for social studies projects, revealing the limits of our ability to comprehend “new worlds,” both historically and personally.
SkypeOnArt begins at 11:20 a.m. in the Digital Studies Lab, located in the Fine Arts Building, Room 215. All are invited to this free event and are welcome to bring their lunch.