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Huey Copeland: Touched by the Mother

Thu, Mar 26 2015 5:30 pm Free

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (Harvard U)

The HARVARD BLACK HISTORY/ART HISTORY PERFORMANCE AND LECTURE SERIES considers the ways histories are represented to critically reimagine how blackness, race, and art can be engaged with. This year’s final speaker, art historian HUEY COPELAND, will be coming to Carpenter Center to speak on his recent work, including his 2013 book Bound to Appear: Art, Slavery, and the Site of Blackness in Multicultural America. Engaging with queerness, feminist thought, black motherhood and both black artistic production and the responses to it, this is bound to be interesting.

written by Drew Zeiba

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Venue

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (Harvard U)
24 Quincy Street Cambridge , MA + Google Map
Phone:
617-495-3251
Website:
http://ccva.fas.harvard.edu/
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