Tyler School of Art is hiring adjunct faculty for fall 2016 and spring 2017 to teach Race, Identity, and Experience in American Art, a general education (Gen Ed) race and diversity class, typically taught by art historians but open to instructors in related fields or fine arts.
See more about the Gen Ed program here: http://gened.temple.edu/
and Tyler School of Art here: http://tyler.temple.edu/#/prospective
More immediately, we plan to offer two online sections of this course this Summer I (class start date May 9) and welcome applications by instructors interested in building a teaching portfolio which includes online experience. Additional professional development funds are available immediately for instructors who would teach online this summer and work in advance to develop the online iteration of this class.
Please send email of interest and CV to Jennifer Zarro at firstname.lastname@example.org
Review of Kienholz’s work, including the important anti-racist installation of 1969-72,
Please join us for a live webcast of “The Artists of Change,” a daylong forum with our Art of Change Fellows—13 creative visionaries working at the forefront of art and social change. Over the course of the year, the Fellows have pursued independent projects on critical issues such as surveillance, climate change, drug policy and capitalism, soft power, diversity in the arts, social networks, and the power of technology. Tune in as they share their work and spark lively conversation—with the audience and each other—around the ideas they are exploring.
To watch the live webcast, visit artofchange.is.
Join the conversation: #ArtofChange
See The Art of Change Webcam 2016
Join the conversation with Eungie Joo, Thelma Golden, Carrie Mae Weems, Sandra Jackson-Dumont, and others.
See you next month at the College Art Association annual conference in Washington, D.C, to be held at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel for ACRAH’s session:
“Beyond the Veil: An Inside Look at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture”
Saturday, February 6, 2016, 12:30-2 PM
See: Beyond the Veil session info
The session will be held in WASHINGTON 1 (EXHIBITION LEVEL) of the CAA Conference Hotel:
Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington, DC, 20008
Tel. 202 302-2000
Travel to the CAA Conference Hotel
CAA 2016 Conference Registration Info at: Attending ACRAH Session at CAA 2016/Washington DC
American Art in Dialogue with Africa and its Diaspora
Smithsonian American Art Museum | Eighth and G Streets NW, Washington, D.C.
October 4-5, 2013
This symposium examines the role of Africa and the African Diaspora in the development of art of the United States, from nineteenth-century portraiture to American modernism; from the Harlem Renaissance to the contemporary art world. Speakers include Chika Okeke-Agulu of Princeton University, Krista Thompson of Northwestern University, Jeffrey Stewart of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Celeste-Marie Bernier of the University of Nottingham, James Smalls of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and artist and distinguished scholar David C. Driskell. A full schedule is listed below. For more information, visit AmericanArt.si.edu/research/symposia/2013/terra/.
The event is free, but registration is required at www.America-Africa.eventbrite.com. The symposium will be available through a simultaneous webcast; an archived version will remain online indefinitely. Recordings of past symposia including “Encuentros: Artistic Exchange between the U.S. and Latin America” and “East-West Interchanges in American Art” are now available on the museum’s website, ArtBabble, YouTube, and iTunes U.
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