Harold Winslow: Una visión de la mexicanidad

Una visión de la mexicanidad will feature 50 works created over a period of 20 plus years by Harold Winslow. The African American artist was born in 1918 in Dayton, Ohio. In 1940 he moved to Mexico where he studied with and was influenced by iconic Mexican painters Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.
When Feb 27, 2012 09:00 AM to
Mar 25, 2012 04:00 PM
Where Belknap Gallery, Hite Galleries, Schneider Hall
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Winslow, Man and Land, mixed media

Harold Winslow,Man and Land, mixed media, date unknown

Symposium: Tuesday, March 6, 3:00-4:15pm in Elaine Chao Auditorium- "Sanctuaries of Promise: African Americans in Mexico, France, and Russia."

Introduction: Dr. Joy Carew, Dept. of Pan-African Studies


"Harold Winslow and Mexico" - Dr. Christopher Fulton, Dept, of Fine Arts

"Richard Wright and France" - Dr. Nefertiti Burton, Associate Dean and Dept. of Theatre Arts

"Langston Hughes and Russia" - Dr. Joy Carew, Dept. of Pan-African Studies

Reception:  Tuesday, March 6, 4:30-6:00pm, Hite Galleries, Schneider Hall

Co-sponsored by the the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, the Department of Fine Arts, the Hite Art Institute, Latin American and Latino Studies Program, the Department of Pan-African Sutdies, the Theatre Arts Department, and the Kentucky Institute for International Studies.

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