On Friday, Sept. 4, campus’ Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery kicked off its 2015/16 season with the opening reception for The Past Is A Foreign Country, the the first solo exhibition in North America by the Ivorian artist François-Xavier Gbré.
Three Exhibitions: With and without Margaret Ralston Gest, a collection of three pop-up exhibits created by students enrolled in Visiting Assistant Professor John Muse’s course on “The Theory and practice of Exhibitions,” opened Friday night in Magill Library.
The Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery just opened its latest show, if I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution, which takes its name from a quote by early 20th century activist Emma Goldman and explores anarchism through the arts.
On Jan. 24, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery unveiled its latest show, Prison Obscura, with a reception and a talk by curator Pete Brook.
Friday, Sept. 6, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery kicked off its 2013/14 season with A Stirring Song Sung Heroic: African Americans from Slavery to Freedom, 1619 to 1865, an exhibit of 80 black-and-white silver gelatin prints by Haverford Professor William Earle Williams.