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The Collective Presents: Liberation
Terry Lynn, Natalie Eddings, Nubia Yasin, Desmond Lewis, and Jared Small
The current exhibition is curated by Lawrence Matthews and presented in partnership with The Collective. Join us for a closing reception from 5:00-7:00 PM on Friday, March 23, featuring a performance at 6:30 by Cities Aviv, a Memphis artist that Pitchfork recently called "one of rap's most interesting experimentalists."
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Karen Gonzalez Rice’s approach to teaching and research is multidisciplinary, drawing on methodologies of contemporary art history, religious studies, American studies, and trauma studies. Gonzalez Rice joined Connecticut College in 2011, having received her Ph.D. from Duke University’s Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies. She is the author of Long Suffering: American Endurance Art as Prophetic Witness with the University of Michigan Press series Theater: Theory/Text/Performance.
Clough-Hanson Gallery at Rhodes College is pleased to host "The Collective Presents: Liberation," curated by Lawrence Matthews and featuring Terry Lynn, Natalie Eddings, Nubia Yasin, and Desmond Lewis.
The exhibition will be on view February 23 - March 24. A panel discussion with the artists will take place on March 13 at 6:00 pm in Blount Audiorium. A closing reception and performance will take place in the gallery on March 23. Details will be announced soon.
Please note that there is a closing reception rather than an opening reception for this exhibition.
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