Score!: Performing with Benjamin Patterson

This video documents Saya Woolfalk performing the score, Ring Small Bell from Benjamin Patterson's Methods and Processes, 1962, and the audience performing Patterson's Paper Piece, 1961, at the Studio Museum, March 31, 2011.

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Flux with Us: A Personal Perspective on Benjamin Patterson

After last week's Benjamin Patterson performance, I asked one of the fearless audience volunteers, Matthew D. Morrison--a Ph.D.

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We Made a Zine!: AIR Kamau Amu Patton Collaborates with ETW Students

Recently, I facilitated a workshop with the museum’s Expanding the Walls Youth Program. Totally fun! Thank you to all the students who participated.

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The Whole World Was Watching: Civil Rights-Era Photographs from Edmund Carpenter and Adelaide de Menil

This striking collection of photographs features images captured during the height of the radical changes brought on by the 1960s Civil Rights movement. 

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Dígame: Elizabeth Catlett's Forever Love

At the request of the artist, Ellen Sragow curated this wonderful exhibition, which brings together Catlett's iconic Sharecropper images, as well as other, rarely seen works.

 

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Nick Cave: Meet Me at the Center of the Earth

Organized by the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco this exhibition highlights Nick Cave's elaborate use of color, texture, movement and sound.

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Glenn Ligon: AMERICA

We were so thrilled to attend the opening of Glenn Ligon: AMERICA at the Whitney Museum last night.  Congratulations to artist, icon and friend, Glenn Ligon!

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Historical Birthdays of Note: Augusta Savage

Augusta Savage was born on  February 29, 1892

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Check it Out: Hard Truths: The Art of Thornton Dial at the Indianopolis Museum of Art

Organzied by Joanne Cubbs, the museum’s Adjunct Curator of American Art, this long overdue retrospective brings together many of Dial's assemblages, paintings, and drawings, and celebrates his extensive career.

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