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Art of the Harlem Renaissance (2/11/16)

  • 11 Feb 2016
  • 6:30 PM
  • Provided to registrants 7-10 days prior to program date

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THIS IS A SPACE-LIMITED PROGRAM. IF IT IS FILLED WHEN YOU REGISTER, PLEASE E-MAIL TLC.ATG@GMAIL.COM AND ASK TO BE PUT ON THE WAIT LIST FOR 2/11. GIVE YOUR AFFILIATION (TLC, Popejoy, NMBHOC) AND NAMES AND E-MAIL ADDRESSES OF THOSE IN YOUR PARTY. LIMIT 2 PER RESERVATION


Registration requires a code. See below.

Popejoy Presents and Theatre Lovers Community join to present a very special program to enhance your experience of Raisin’ Cane, at Popejoy Hall on February 26, 2016.

UNM Dean of Fine Arts Kimberly Pinder will present works from the UNM Art Museum's rich collection of photographs from the Harlem Renaissance by Carl Van Vechten, James Van der Zee and others. These original gems provide a glimpse into an elegant era of African American literati, performers and political dignitaries.

  

About Dean Pinder:

Kimberly Pinder joined the University of New Mexico as Fine Arts Dean in 2012 from the Art Institute of Chicago where she had been a professor of art history and served as department chair and graduate program head. She has worked in the education and curatorial departments in both museums and galleries, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters in New York. Dean Pinder graduated with a B.A. from Middlebury College and M.Phil, M.A. and Ph.D from Yale University, all in Art History. Her scholarship has appeared in The Art Bulletin, The Art Journal, Third Text, and The African American Review, among other periodicals. Her latest book is Painting the Gospel: Black Public Art and Religion in Chicago which is forthcoming from the University of Illinois Press. She has received awards and fellowships from the National Endowment of the Humanities, and from the Mellon, Ford, and Henry Luce Foundations and is a frequent lecturer on representations of race and religion in American Art. In addition to serving as dean, Kymberly is also the interim director of the UNM Art Museum.

SPECIAL PROGRAM INFORMATION:

DATE: Our special program is on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, and repeated on Thursday, Feb. 11. Sign up for only one date.

TIME: 6:30pm (doors open at 6:00pm)

LOCATION: Provided by e-mail 7-10 days prior to the program date to those with reservations.

FEE:  Free for TLC members, Popejoy subscribers, and NMBHOC participants

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED AND AVAILABLE HERE ONLY!

  • TLC members use code TLCMBR
  • Popejoy subscribers use code PJSUB
  • Black History Month supporters use code NMBHOC

 NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS  EXTREMELY SPACE LIMITED AND IS RESTRICTED TO TLC MEMBERS, POPEJOY SUBSCRIBERS, AND NMBHOC SUPPORTERS.

Carl Van Vechten (American, 1880 - 1964)
Bessie Smith, singer, February 3, 1936
Gelatin silver print
10 7/8 x 13 7/8 inches
Gift of Miss Dorothy Peterson through Dr. Edward Lueders, University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque
XO.227
Image © The Van Vechten Trust


Raisin’ Cane starring Jasmine Guy and the Avery Sharpe Trio – Feb. 26, 2016 at Popejoy Hall:

To purchase tickets go to Popejoypresents.com.

          In the early 20th century, African-Americans created a cultural movement called the Harlem Renaissance. Through music, dance, and words, artists, writers, politicians, and pastors made the case for equality. Raisin’ Cane brings that kaleidoscope of voices to the stage. Award-winning actress Jasmine Guy portrays 30 characters as she sings, dances, and embodies voices of the time while the Avery Sharpe Trio offers an original evocative jazz score. Journey with us to explore what this creative and intellectual explosion gave to America.




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