The ART HISTORY LECTURE SERIES is a monthly social intended to provide insight into artists, their traditions, techniques and the art movements they are often associated with. Beginning in October, ART HISTORY LECTURE SERIES will travel to 7 cultural spaces throughout the city for a one-of-a-kind event, hosted by nine of Charlotte’s most creative educators, academics and leaders. These casual and educational mini-courses will focus on the cultural, political and historical context of a specific art movement by an expert in the field.
Please email: email@example.com if you would like to find out about the 2018-2019 class (registration will open in September 2018).
LECTURES/DATES: 6-8pm TUESDAYS EACH MONTH, except kick off event
Monday October 16 - Kick off Event: Mike Wirth (QUEENS UNIVERSITY) & Kia O. Moore, "Hip Hop: The Last Total Art Movement" at SNUG HABOR 7-9pm
Tuesday November 7 - Lisa Homann (UNCC), "What is masquerade? The thrilling interactive and multisensory experience of West African masquerade arts and practices” at GOODYEAR ARTS, Camp Northend 6-8pm
Tuesday December 12 - Marisa Pascucci (NEW GALLERY OF MODERN ART), "Printmaking in the West" 6-8pm
Tuesday January 9 - Jonathon Stuhlman (MINT MUSEUM), “Radical to Beautiful: How Impressionism came to America” at MINT MUSEUM 6-8pm
Tuesday February 13 - Tyler Starr (DAVIDSON COLLEGE), Japanese Art 6-8pm
Monday March 12 - Monica Friel (SOCO GALLERY), "Black Mountain College and Chinati: Contemporary Art Collaborations through a Southern Lens" at HABERDISH 6-8pm
Tuesday April 17 - Jen Sudul Edwards (BECHTLER MUSEUM), Feminist Art at LaCa PROJECTS 6-8pm
Tuesday May 29 - Jessica Moss (ARTIST + CURATOR), "Black Is The New Black" at The New Gallery of Modern Art 6-8pm