Join leading UBC scholars, artists, curators and critics in a series of noon hour conversations. We invite two prominent, disciplinarily distinct voices into the Gallery to discuss productive intersections of their own work and the current exhibition, followed by a discussion that includes the audience. In this series, guests will address The Spaces Between: Contemporary Art from Havana, an exhibition that focuses on the social spaces and shared sensibilities of artists in this dynamic but complex city. The Spaces Between—that is, the spaces between the artwork and its reception, between language and truth, and between the actual past and imagined future—includes drawings, paintings, prints, photographs and videos.
Everyone is welcome and admission is free.
Wednesday, January 15, noon-1 pm
Manuel Piña, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory
Alessandra Santos, Assistant Professor, Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies
Wednesday, February 5, noon-1 pm
Gage Averill, Dean of Arts
Alejandra Bronfman, Associate Professor, Department of History
Wednesday, March 5, noon-1 pm
Anne Gorsuch, Professor and Head, Department of History
Kim Beauchesne, Assistant Professor, Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies
For further information please contact: Jana Tyner at firstname.lastname@example.org,
tel: (604) 822-1389, or fax: (604) 822-6689