[Socrates] Conference: The Fabric of Cultures
Amanda E Nocera
Amanda.Nocera at qc.cuny.edu
Fri Apr 7 16:24:42 EDT 2017
Conference: The Fabric of Cultures
Thursday, May 4, 2017
10:00am - 6:00pm
Rosenthal Library, President's Conference Room #2 (Level 5)
The Fabric of Cultures Conference is one of several steps in a research and pedagogical project undertaken by Eugenia Paulicelli and her students at Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center. The ongoing Fabric of Cultures series explores, in theory and practice, how fibers, fabrics, clothing, and texts tell the stories of individuals and communities across cultures, class, gender, and space. To this end, the Conference's presentations will investigate the ways in which the materiality of texts and fabrics can ground our memories, aesthetics, political awareness, and activism through use, care, and making. This collaborative event will also serve as a preview of "The Fabric of Cultures: Objects, Memory, Technology", to be exhibited at the QC Art Center in Fall 2017.
Ann Rosalind Jones
Esther Cloudman Dunn Professor of Comparative Literature, Smith College
Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities; Professor of English, Comparative Literature, and Literary Theory, University of Pennsylvania
"Objects and Memory: From the Personal to the Collective"
"Intersections: Craft and Technology"
"The Old and the New: Sustainable Fashion"
Free and open to the public.
Event co-sponsors and partners: Queens College Art Center\Kupferberg Center for the Arts\Tech Incubator at QC\M.A. in Liberal Studies\The Center for Teaching and Learning\Center for Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Understanding\European Languages and Literatures\Freshman Year Initiative\Fashion Studies (CUNY Graduate Center)\Brooklyn Fashion and Design Accelerator\Instituto Italiano di Cultura\Italian Trade Agency (Under the Patronage of the Italian Trade Commission)
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Director, Queens College Art Center
Administrative Coordinator, Art Department
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