Theaster Gates on Land
The Lunder Institute for American Art is pleased to host an evening with inaugural distinguished artist Theaster Gates. Sharing his ongoing artistic endeavors on questions of land ownership, displacement, and miscegenation, Gates will reflect on how his practice has explored aspects of Maine’s history. A conversation between Gates and Maine-based artists Daniel Minter and Myron Beasley will follow the talk, facilitated by Lee Glazer, director of the Lunder Institute.
5 p.m. Reception
Paul J. Schupf Sculpture Court, Colby Museum
6 p.m. Lecture
Given Auditorium, Bixler Art and Music Center
This event is free and open to all, however seating for the lecture is limited, so please rsvp online at colby.edu/lunderinstitute/events or by email to Lunder Institute Administrative Coordinator Mareisa Weil: email@example.com