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MacArthur-winning artist Carrie Mae Weems's national public awareness campaign Resist COVID / Take 6! comes to Southern Vermont and the Berkshires, with signage and merchandise presented by Usdan Gallery in collaboration with regional partners.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | The exhibition "Bring It Home" distributes commissioned posters by BIPOC artists to the public, inviting audiences to install works in personal spaces.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Settler-colonial society enforces the idea of promiscuous relating as lacking in purpose, as gratuitous. In her talk, "Love Promiscuous Style: Unsettling Settler Love" Kim TallBear considers how to make love and kin promiscuously without privileging romance, biological connection, and human connection, but neither denigrating nor foreclosing generous human romantic and/or sexual connections when mutually desired and consensual.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us as we dedicate a very special Music Workshop to the memory of faculty member emeritus Milford Graves, sharing performances and reflections on his extraordinary legacy of music and teaching.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Born in Port au Prince, Haiti, Brooklyn-based Fabiola Jean-Louis uses ‘painterly’ photography as a vehicle for her love of Afro-futurism, science/ science fiction, pre and post-industrial eras, elves, fairies, and history and folklore. Fabiola Jean-Louis will speak at this weeks Visual Arts Lecture Series.