Visual Arts Lecture Series
The Visual Arts Lecture Series brings contemporary artists and other experts in this field into the Dairy Arts Center
to present and discuss their work in an effort to connect the visual arts to everyday life.
For more information please contact Rebecca Cuscaden, Curator of Visual Arts: firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.440.7826 x107
Artists in Conversation: Divided: Race and Identity in Modern America
Sunday March 4th, 2018 | 3:00 PM
Free and open to the public
Join us for a discussion with the artists from the exhibition Divided: Race and Identity in Modern America, currently on display in the Dairy Arts Center's McMahon Gallery through March 4th. On this final day of the show all of the featured artists will be available to give insight on their works in this exhibition and to discuss the show's important topics with visitors. Featuring artists Tya Alisa Anthony, Michael Brohman, Michael Dixon, and Françoise Soulé Duressé. Although the artist talks and discussion will take place in the Carsen Theater the McMahon Gallery will be open after the event for visitors to see the exhibition one last time before it closes.
Divided: Race and Identity in Modern America
The artists in this group exhibition explore the themes of race, identity, power, and division and the links between them in modern America. Through painting, photography, video, and sculpture each artist brings a diverse perspective and elicits a unique discussion on these important but often hard to address topics.
The Dairy respectfully suggests a $5 donation for your participation in the Visual Arts Lecture Series. You may make your donation in advance by clicking the "Buy" button below and choosing a "Donation" ticket.