Join Queens-based artist, Caroline Wells Chandler, as he discusses his work in the exhibition From the Desert to the City: The Journey of Late Ancient Textiles. Stemming out of a 1970’s feminist craft history, Chandler’s brightly colored hand crocheted figures explore queerness and the art historical cannon. Chandler twists the language of folk by using the materials, processes, and the archetypes of conservative culture to create affirmational queer arenas.
Tuesday, December 4 2018 at 5 pm
Godwin-Ternbach Museum, 405 Klapper Hall
Please join us for the next exhibition in the Klapper Hall Gallery with the group show The Outsiders! Sponsored by professor Sin-ying Ho, this show features work by a group of visiting artists from China including painting, sculpture, printmaking, and photography. The show will be on display in the gallery November 6-16th, with a Q&A discussion on Wednesday, November 7th at 6pm.
Join Social Practice Queens in Klapper Hall 672 at 4pm on Nov. 5th for an event and lecture with Irish artists Siobhan Geoghegan and Seoidin O’Sullivan.
“The world is wonderful because of the existence of different individuals and cultures. It is the same in art. Different aesthetics, cultural backgrounds and philosophical understandings make up a dynamic artistic world. ‘My World’ will be an exhibition of my understandings of mud, glaze and firings. ”