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Wednesday, Mar 28 2012 7:00 pm
In the face of increasing artistic use of abstraction to address pressing human concerns in the early twentieth century, German artist Käthe Kollwitz steadfastly maintained her commitment to the figure as the supreme subject and pictorial means for a socially committed art. In times of change and political upheaval, the perceived importance and critical problem of representing the human body in art has taken on heated political dimensions. This WAM Chatter, offered in conjunction with the exhibition Käthe Kollwitz: Making Human, brings together varied thinkers on the body in its historical, philosophical, and artistic contexts to offer thought-provoking responses to the wide-ranging debate on the politics of the body.
Jane Blocker, professor in the Art History department at University of Minnesota
Jan Estep, artist and associate professor at the University of Minnesota
David Valentine, anthropologist and associate professor at University of Minnesota
Tom Haackenson, cultural historian and professor at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Experience a brief encounter with another being.
Be one of the few to witness its debut appearance into our world.
Hannah Smiltneek's Senior Project
A free viewing at Regis W130
(the Performance and Installation Space)
Thursday, March 29th at 2:00pm
(It begins when it starts.)
It's over when it's over.
I've arranged a tour of the Lab at 11:00am on Thursday, March 1. This is in McNeal Hall (St.Paul campus), room 355. This is where the human body can me measured in 3D using a scanner.
Please let me know if you can attend, by commenting here, or emailing me: email@example.com
On January 31 we will be meeting in room 176 of the Biological Sciences Center on the St. Paul campus. Click here for a map showing the Biological Sciences Center.