September 20 - November 9, 2019
Opening Reception: September 20, 5-7pm
The work in Unbroken Current investigates cultural and personal identity, social justice, and history through the lens of photography, painting, sculpture, and mixed media.
The six artists in Unbroken Current dive deeply into their restricted narratives, ranging from an imaginative utopia or dystopia, to personal and contemporary, to ancestral and post-colonial. The work investigates personal and cultural identity, social justice, and history through the lens of photography, painting, sculpture, and mixed media. It weaves history through contemporary events like an unbroken current, from a combination of disparate histories and cultures that shape the artists as individuals.
Thursday, October 3, 5:30-7:30pm
A Reading of Their Names Are Mine by poet Rajnii Eddins followed by dialogue, book signing, and fellowship.
Thursday, October 24, 10:00am - 12:00pm
Lecture by scholar William Edelglass entitled, The History of the Concept of Race. Presented in partnership with the Vermont Humanities Council.
Thursday, November 7, 11:00am (student matinee) and 7:00pm (public)
Rhapsody in Black by LeLand Gantt at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center
Saturday, November 9, 5:00pm
Closing Program, a conversation with Selena Mars, co-curator of the UJASIRI & MAPENZI film series.
Mildred Beltre, Sanford Biggers, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Rashid Johnson, Harlan Mack, Carrie Mae Weems
James E. Robert Foundation
Petra and Stephen Levin
Gunnel Clarke and John P. DeVillars
Diane and Walt Looney
Letitia and David Richardson
John M. Bissell Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
The Oakland Foundation
Town of Stowe
Vermont Arts Council
Vermont Community Foundation
Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason Foundation
XPress print and copy