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The Urgency of the VISUAL in Activist History

“The Urgency of the Visual in Activist History” is now on view at the Theatre Lab Gallery, Parliament Hall, on FAU’s Boca Raton Campus. The exhibition is co-organized by Karen Leader Ph.D. and Joseph Velasquez MFA, Department of Visual Arts and Art History, with student curators Sofia Honekman and Sierra Phillips, with Patricia Hood.

Combining art and ephemera from FAU Library Special Collections with new work by FAU Printmaking students, responding to activist videos edited by FAU dual-enrollment high school students in the Barb Schmidt Fellowship, the themes include youth activism, women’s rights and gender equality, and the concept of taking space or “Occupy.” On view until March 4.

For more information e-mail kleader@fau.edu. To schedule an appointment, contact Cassie Kris, ckris@fau.ed

Monday, March 4, 2019

THEATER LAB GALLERY IN PARLIAMENT HALL 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431

Event Type

Gallery and museum exhibitions

Group
Boca Raton campus
Department
College of Arts and Letters
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