Marian Art Gallery
- Wikipedia edit-a-thon Monday Sept. 11, 5 PM - 9 PM, HL110 learn more
- BLT – artist round table, Tuesday Sept. 12, 6 PM - 8 PM
- Lecture –Wednesday Sept. 13, 5 PM - 6 PM, 6 PM -7 PM GC109 Reception
- BLT – community round table, Thursday Sept. 14, 6 PM -8 PM
The Marian Art Gallery is pleased to present Heather Hart: Remember This House on August 28 - October 6. In addition to her exhibition, Hart staged two Black Lunch Table sessions and one Wikipedia edit-a-thon.
The Black Lunch Table (BLT) is an oral-history archiving project, which was first staged in 2005 and is an ongoing collaboration between North Carolina-based professor and artist Jina Valentine, and New York-based artist Heather Hart. The BLT’s primary aim is the production of discursive sites, wherein cultural producers engage in dialogue on a variety of critical issues. BLT mobilizes a democratic rewriting of contemporary cultural history by animating discourse around and among the people living it.
Organized around literal and metaphorical lunch tables, Black Lunch Table takes the lunchroom phenomenon as its starting point. Our roundtable sessions provide both physical space and allotted time for interdisciplinary and intergenerational discussions, bringing together a diversity of community members and fostering candid conversations. The Wikipedia edit-a-thons we stage mobilize a collective authoring of a specific set of articles pertaining to the lives and works of black artists.
Each roundtable’s dialogue will be documented on our online archive. The archive structure will enable web visitors to search this dynamic database using a variety of metadata tags. The BLT archive is significant in that it will provide a unique collection of primary source material relevant to the work of academics, cultural producers, researchers, and emerging artists, internationally–presenting contemporary cultural history as it is recounted.
More at http://theblacklunchtable.com
Gallery Hours and Information
Mount Mary University's Marian Art Gallery hosts national, regional, and local art shows throughout the year. School of Arts and Design students, faculty, and alumnae also have the opportunity to display their work in the gallery.
- Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: 1 to 4 p.m.
The Marian Gallery is located on the first level of Caroline Hall. For information on the gallery space or show schedule, contact Josh Anderson, (414) 930-3108, firstname.lastname@example.org or register your email now.
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