Oct. 15-28, 2004
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'Tremendous,' 'Smart,' 'Pragmatic'
Access UVa: The door's open
University presidents make the case for charter
Digest
Insurance costs going up, but health coverage to expand
Ann Lee Brown gives $10.5 million to U.Va.
Board in tune with U.Va.-Wise, thanks to Smiddy
Faculty Actions from the October BOV meeting
Thanks to Charlottesville families
Film festival examines reel 'Speed'
NYT columnist, others, to discuss election

Whiteness exhibit to open its only East Coast showing

Gies to speak at fall program
Taking stock of Virginia mountain streams

 

The Prison at Cherry Hill
The Prison at Cherry Hill (above) will be featured at the exhibit.
Whiteness exhibit to open its only East Coast showing

“Whiteness, A Wayward Construction” is opening its only East Coast showing at the U.Va. Art Museum on Oct. 23. It was installed at the Laguna Art Museum in Laguna Beach, Calif., in 2003, and is the first of its kind in an American museum. In the group exhibition, the artists explore their identity politics in a cultural study of whiteness in the public imagination and in contemporary art in the United States. The exhibition continues through Dec. 23 and includes 61 paintings, drawings, photography and installations by 24 artists.


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