Talk @ SECCA series: Wesley Hogan, Director of Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies
WHO: Wesley Hogan, Director of Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies
WHAT: How does contemporary art reflect archival and activist contexts? Art, Archive and The Movement.
WHEN: Thursday, May 14, 6:00–8:00 p.m.
As part of the Talk @ SECCA series, which focuses this year on how artists and scholars invoke alternative modernisms, Wesley Hogan will discuss how artists use archives to call upon collective memory and awaken public imagination, with a focus on the photographs of Leslie Hewitt and images of American Civil Rights. Free and open to the public.
Reposted from TALK @ SECCA SERIES: WESLEY HOGAN, DIRECTOR OF DUKE UNIVERSITY’S CENTER FOR DOCUMENTARY STUDIES | Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County.
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