Global cafe - “I, too, am America”: Reading African American art
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1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Learn about the Black Arts Movement and works created by great African American artists in the 20th and 21st centuries during this special Global Cafe in honor of Black History Month. Join Professor Valerie Sweeney Prince of the Department of African American Studies as she discusses the themes, lines, rhythms and colors produced by artists Betye Saar, Jacob Lawrence, Kehinde Wiley, Vincent Smith, Elizabeth Catlett, Romare Bearden, Alison Saar and Kara Walker.
Coffee and snacks will be provided. This is a hybrid event that will be held in Manoogian 199 and livestreamed via Zoom. You can find this event on the GetInvolved site as well. Register at the link:
Sponsored by the Office of International Programs and the Center for Student Global Engagement, the Global Café is a weekly event featuring coffee, snacks, global activities, discussions, and talks.
Students and student groups are encouraged to submit proposals for presentations or activities by contacting Katie Franklin at firstname.lastname@example.org or the center's main email at email@example.com.