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Diverse Voices series: “Poetry as Public Memory”

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design is thrilled to present “Poetry as Public Memory,” a panel discussion featuring a trio of scholars whose work centers on the intersection of rhetoric, poetry, and communications: How do we create and convey a unified sense of public memory? Is it possible to compose public memory in this way?

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Gallery Guest Lecture Series: Nansi Guevara, ‘Making Art That Centers Home’

Nansi Guevara is a designer, artist, and teacher based in Brownsville, Texas. Originally from Laredo, Texas, she holds a bachelor’s in Fine Arts in Design from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s in Education from Harvard University. She is currently focused on design, education, and community public art to create spaces of

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Gallery Guest Lecture Series: Marissa Del Toro, ‘Curating Xicanx’

Marissa Del Toro is an independent curator and art historian of contemporary, modern, and ancient art of the Americas (primarily Latin America and the U.S.). In both her professional and personal life, she continues to work towards the promotion and advocacy for diverse narratives within art. Del Toro is currently guest curating the upcoming exhibition,

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Calling Our Whiteness In: Exploring White Privilege & Committing to Racial Justice

Andy Cofino, Director of the UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center, leads an interactive session aimed at engaging in authentic conversations about race, racism, white supremacy, and white privilege that are essential to inclusive, affirming, and socially just organizations and spaces. This interactive session is intended for white students, staff, and faculty members to explore their

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Gallery Guest Lecture Series: Sarah Castillo, ‘Paths of an Artist’

Sarah Castillo is a mixed-media artist based in San Antonio, Texas. She is co-founder of Mas Rudas Collective and was the founder of Lady Base Gallery, a premier platform for women and LGBTQIA artists in South Texas. With a Master’s in Bicultural Studies, Castillo is highly engaged with identity formation, history, and cultural memory within

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Design Your Own Coin: Women’s History Month Program with Christina Hess, Chair of Illustration

Christina Hess, Chair of Illustration, will speak about her artistic rendering of women’s suffrage through a US Mint commemorative coin that was released this past year as part of the 100th anniversary of the women’s right to vote. She will speak about her process in developing the coin, as well as work with students to

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Antiracism 101: Being an Ally, Accomplice, and Co-Conspirator at PCA&D

Justin Brown, who leads PCA&D’s orientation program each fall about diversity, equity, and inclusion, returns to campus this semester to explore antiracism with us. What is antiracism; what does it mean to be antiracist; and how can we be antiracist in class, in the studio, in Lancaster, and in the world? Join us for an

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BLAC Poetry Slam

Join BLAC, PCA&D’s Black Led Art Coalition, for a Poetry Slam to close out the end of Black History Month. Check it out on Instagram Live, at @blac.pcad.

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Gallery Guest Lecture Series: José Villalobos, ‘Challenging Toxic Masculinity and the Marginalization of Queer Bodies’

José Villalobos joins the College for an online Artist Talk: “Challenging Toxic Masculinity and the Marginalization of Queer Bodies.” Villalobos juxtaposes patriarchal, religious, and social structures that marginalize queer identity. Using found objects, he manipulates material through the context of self-identity as he examines gender roles within family structures and culture. In his work, Villalobos

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BLAC Movie Night: ‘Roxanne Roxanne’

BLAC presents Roxanne Roxanne, a film about hip-hop legend Roxanne Shante and her struggles to care for her family while pursuing her dream in the music industry. After the movie, we will have a discussion about the film and how it depicts Black culture. Open to members of the College community.  Check your This Week

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Gallery Guest Lecture Series: Isabel Servantez, ‘A Critical Perspective on the State of Chicano Art—a contemporary use’

Isabel Servantez presents a conversation on the contemporary use of the 1980 essay, “A Critical Perspective on the State of Chicano Art” by Malaquias Montoya and Lezlie Salkowitz-Montoya. Probing the text will allow current students and readers to investigate how artwork exists and acts within and outside accepted modes of art consumption, including museums and

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Virtual Exhibition, PCA&D and F&M: Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, PCA&D is collaborating with Franklin & Marshall College’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Team on a virtual showcase of student and alumni art. The virtual art showcase will be posted during February on Instagram (@fandmdei, @blac.pcad, @pcad_studentlife) and, afterward, an album with all pieces will be featured on Facebook (facebook.com/fandmdei).

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