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Columbus, OH

Mickalene Thomas in Conversation with Beverly Guy-Sheftall

Celebrate the opening of Mickalene Thomas: I Can’t See You Without Me with a conversation between 2017–18 Artist Residency Award recipient Mickalene Thomas and Beverly Guy-Sheftall, chair of Comparative Women’s Studies, Anna Julia Cooper Professor of Women’s Studies, and the founding director of the Women’s Research and Resource Center at Spelman College in Atlanta. Free (RSVP requested)


Wexner Center for the Arts

Mickalene Thomas in Conversation with Beverly Guy-Sheftall Thyursday.
Sep 13,
5:30 PM
Sewanee, TN

Vesna Pavlović: Fabrics of Socialism Reception

Please join us at in Convocation Hall for Pavlović’s presentation of Fabrics of Socialism and a reception. The event is free and open to the public.


University Art Gallery & The Carlos Gallery: The University of the South

Vesna Pavlović: Fabrics of Socialism Reception Friday,
September 14,
5 p.m.
Salem, MA Lady Power!

Inspired by the empowering stories featured in Empresses of China’s Forbidden City, we are throwing a party for all those who support, love and self-identify as women. Jam out to music by the Petty Morals, bust out your best moves during our Lady Power Dance Hour with DJ Andrea, and check out our women-only rap slam hosted by Oompa, a nationally known black, queer poet and rapper.

Free for members, Salem residents and college students (with I.D.)
$15 nonmembers
18+ | Cash bar


Peabody Essex Museum

Lady Power! Friday,
September 14,
7–11 pm
Salem, MA

The Green Book Project: Journey Through the South

Join journalist Alvin Hall and photographer Jonathan Calm for a discussion of their 2016 BBC Radio 4 documentary project The Green Book.

At PEM, Hall and Calm will discuss the making of this documentary project and present other related projects, including Calm’s 2018 exhibition, African-American Automobility: The Dangerous Freedom of the Open Road, and excerpts from Hall’s memoir (in progress) about growing up in the South.

Offered in conjunction with Sally Mann, A Thousand Crossings. Their presentations will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience and a reception.

RESERVE TICKETS
Reservations by Sept 14


Peabody Essex Museum

The Green Book Project: Journey Through the South Saturday,
September 15,
1-2:30 pm
Denver, CO

Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker
book signing

Join Dr. Timothy J. Standring, Gates Family Foundation Curator of Painting and Sculpture, for a special signing of the catalog for Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker.

Copies of the catalog available for purchase in The Shop.


Denver Art Museum

Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker book signing

Saturday,
September 15, - 11:00am – 12:00pm.
Denver, CO

How to Look at Prints

Using prints from Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker as a springboard, teaching specialist Molly Medakovich will introduce participants to various printmaking techniques and tools of 17th-century Europe.


Denver Art Museum

Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker book signing Saturday,
September 15,
Salem, MA

Family Festival: Little Voices, Big Ideas: Celebrating Kid Power


From entrepreneurs to activists, kids around the world are proving that you don’t have to be big to have a big impact. Get inspired by young changemakers through art, story, music and invention. The day culminates in a concert by hip-hop artists Alphabet Rockers, performing music from their Grammy-nominated social justice album Rise Shine #Woke!

Included with admission


Peabody Essex Museum

Family Festival: Little Voices, Big Ideas: Celebrating Kid Power

Sunday,
September 16,
10 am-7 pm
Chicago, IL

Lecture: Richard Ormond on John Singer Sargent

Join Richard Ormond as he shares his insights on beloved American painter John Singer Sargent on the occasion of the special exhibition John Singer Sargent and Chicago's Gilded Age. Fullerton Hall, Free; Registration required

About the Speaker
Author, biographer, and former museum director Richard Ormond is the author of the John Singer Sargent catalogue raisonné. He has written several books on the paintings of Sargent and other famous artists, and he is the grandson of Violet Sargent Ormond, sister of John Singer Sargent and the subject of many of Sargent's iconic paintings.


Art Institute of Chicago

Lecture: Richard Ormond on John Singer Sargent Thursday,
September 20,
6:00PM–7:00PM
Sewanee, TN Artist talk and reception for In Tandem,
a solo exhibition by Karen Seapker


The Carlos Gallery in the Nabit Art Building

University Art Gallery & The Carlos Gallery: The University of the South

Artist talk and reception for In Tandem, a solo exhibition by Karen Seapker Thursday,
September 20,
5 PM
Monterey, CA

Year of the Woman Artists’ Reception

See new exhibitions The New Domestics: Finding Beauty in the Mundane, Part 1 & 2 and Salon Jane: The Ethereal Zone

Free with Admission and RSVP


Monterey Museum of Art

Thursday,
September 20,
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Dallas, TX Late Night Talks: Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art
and Late Night Talk: Deco Cool


Dallas Museum of Art

Late Night Talks: Cult of the Machine: Precisionism and American Art Friday,
September 21,
7:30 p.m
San Angelo, TX

Inside-Out Special Lecture & Tour


By Collector John Rogers of Victoria, British Columbia

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

Inside-Out Special Lecture & Tour Friday,
September 21,
5:30 PM
Charlottesville, VA

Artist Guided Tour of Exhibition

Arrernte resident artist Jenni Kemarre Martiniello will present a tour of her exhibition Freshwater Saltwater Weave. This event is free and open to the public, and no reservations are needed.


Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of UVa

Artist Guided Tour of  Exhibition Saturday,
September 22
10:30 - 11:30 am
Richmond, VA

A closing artist talk will take place for August - September Exhibitions

This event will be Free and Open to the Public.


artspace

A closing artist talk will take place for August - September Exhibitions Sunday,
September 23,
2:00 pm
Chicago, IL

Curator Tour:
a body measured against the earth

Join Nina Wexelblatt, curatorial assistant, for an in-depth tour of a body measured against the earth on the museum’s fourth floor. The earth can be both inspiration and instrument for artists. This exhibition highlights works that examine our physical and personal relationships to the land around us.


Museum of Contemproary Art Chicago

Curator Tour: a body measured against the earth Tue,
Sep 25,
1 pm
Winter Park, FL

Rollins Museum: Panel Discussion--Dangerous Women of the 21st Century

This event is open to the public. No reservation required. Free Admission courtesy of PNC Financial Services Group.


Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College

Tuesday,
September 25,
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Katonah, NY

PLAY & REWIND: Ode to Summer on Film: Artists Video Chat

On the occasion of PLAY & REWIND, curator Olga Dekalo speaks with several of the artists in the exhibition via video chat. The informal format of this artist talk invites the audience into the conversation and facilitates a one-of-a-kind interaction with artists using the very medium in which they work. Wine reception to follow. $10, members free.


The Katonah Museum of Art

KMAWAY: Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria Thursday,
September 27,
6:00 PM
Snn Angelo, TX

‘Let’s Misbehave’ Party & Fundraiser

An outrageous and delightful evening of fine dining, dancing, and celebration in recognition of the Inside-Out exhibit. $500 Per person Ticket purchase required.
Call 325-653-3333 for more information.


San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

‘Let’s Misbehave’ Party & Fundraiser Friday,
September 28,
6:30 PM
Knoxviulle, TN

Family Day: Civil Rights, The Journey Continues

Join us for a family day featuring the new exhibition, For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights. We will have special guests from the community sharing their own experiences of the Civil Rights movement in Knoxville during the 1940s–1960s as well as performances from a local church, the School of Music, and various community groups. The program is free and open to all.


McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture

Family Day:  Civil Rights, The Journey Continues Saturday,
September29,
1 pm - 4 pm
Columbus, OH

CXC Interview: William Evans of Black Nerd Problems and Richie Pope

William Evans, poet and editor-in-chief at the website Black Nerd Problems, will interview Pope at CMA on the last day of Cartoon Crossroads Columbus, a multi-faceted, yearly festival celebrating comics and cartooning, the city of Columbus, and cartoonists worldwide.


Columbus Museum of Art

CXC Interview: William Evans of Black Nerd Problems and Richie Pope Sunday,
September 30,
10:30 AM
Bew Orleans, LA

Newton Howard and New Southern Photography Opening Reception

Join us as we celebrate the opening of the Ogden Museum’s latest exhibitions Newton Howard: Painter of the Sportsman’s Paradise and New Southern Photography.

Free for members, $13,50 for guests.


Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Newton Howard and New Southern Photography Opening Reception Saturday,
October 6,
6 – 8 p.m.
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