January 17 – March 19 2017
Samek Gallery, 3rd Floor, Elaine Langone Center
This exhibition features artistic and social happenings that explore how diversity, inclusion, and unity function at this moment in American history. These performances, student actions, and audience participation in creative expressions embody Social Practice Art, an experimental genre in which artworks take the form of social interactions.
Schedule of Events:
Each of the following events constitutes an artwork made as part of this living and continually growing exhibition. Feel free to drop in on any of the activities below to participate.
January 23—March 19
Installed: 100 Composers
Jeong Woo Seo (Fuzzy)
Blackbone, Yellowbone, Redbone
January 23—February 13
MURAL, MIRROR. Ongoing mural project by
Bucknell Professor Anna Kell’s Painting 2/3 course.
Progress made every Monday and Wednesday.
January 27 / 7—8pm
Semester launch party / Performance by Billy Kelly
February 16—March 19
Installed: Our Issues Lie Between Us
Julie Louisa Hagenbuch
February 21, 23, and 28 / 1—2:30pm
Theatre rehearsals by Bucknell Professor Anjalee
Hutchinson’s Devising Performance course.
March 2 / 1—2:30pm
Performance from Professor Anjalee Hutchinson’s
Devising Performance course.
March 7, 9 / 2—5pm
Print-making workshop with Bucknell Professor
Eddy Lopez’s Printmaking II and Printmaking III
March 16 / 6—7pm
Participatory musical performance led by
Bucknell Assistant Professor of Music Paul Botelho.
Schedule is subject to change and will be regularly updated with new events throughout the exhibition.