Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014.
African-American Cultural Center at UIC
Addams Hall, 2nd floor
FREE admission and light refreshments!
ALL Performers Welcome!
WHEN: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
WHERE: African American Cultural Center Library, Addams Hall, room 208
Museum & Exhibition Studies Graduate Students present “Negotiating Power: Sexuality and the Black Female Form” on Sarah Baartman, the issues of black female exploitation, promiscuity & sexual otherness through a mock art exhibition. This exhibit raises questions over the history and origins of how we view the black female body and the differences between the male and female gaze. Follow and join the discussion on twitter @NegotiatePower
BOOKS & EXHIBITION SOUVENIR BAGS STILL AVAILABLE!
Books by Professor Christoper Reed, Professor Robert Rydell, Professor Temple Tsenes-Hills, and Michelle Duster (great granddaughter of Ida B. Wells) as well as souvenir bags are still available at the Center. For more information, please call (312) 996-9549.
Professor Therese Quinn’s Museum Studies class.
Edith Tovar posing in front of the Colored American Day poster at “The Reason Why…” exhibition.