Renowned African-American Artist Joyce Scott To Speak At U.Va. In
Celebration Of Black History Month
February 13, 2002--
WHAT: Slide Lecture: "Three Generations of African-American
Artists: The Caldwell/Scott Tradition"
Feb. 28, 5:30 p.m.
of Virginia, Campbell Hall, Room 153
artist Joyce Scott's work explores race and social issues, seeking
to address stereotypes and prejudices. She will lecture and show
slides on Thursday, Feb. 28, 5:30 p.m. in Campbell Hall, Room 153.
Her talk is titled "Three Generations of African-American Artists:
The Caldwell/Scott Tradition."
works in numerous mediums, including performance, quilting, beaded
sculpture, jewelry and, most recently, mono prints exploring the
World Trade Center disaster. In these she blends traditions of African
beadwork with contemporary visual language to address issues of
religion, race, cultural assumptions and city life.
more information about the slide lecture, call (434) 924-6123.
work will be on exhibit at Charlottesville's Second Street Gallery
from March 1 through April 28. For more information about the exhibit,
"Migrant Worker for the Arts: Prints and Sculptures by Joyce Scott,"
call (434) 977-7284.
Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298