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ROUNDTABLE: ART AND CRITICAL GEOGRAPHIES IN HAWAI‘I
Sunday, March 12, 2017, 12pm @ UHManoa Dept. of ART + Art History (room TBA)

Margo Machida (Professor of Art History, the University of Connecticut), Jaimey Hamilton Faris(Assoc. Professor of Art History, UHM), in conversation with architect and artist Sean Connelly (Hawai‘i/Boston-based architect and artist), and artist Lynne Yamamoto (Professor at Smith College) about their site-specific pieces installed at Foster Gardens for the Honolulu Biennial. Both new art installations use the locale of the Gardens, its surrounding architecture and other materials as touchstones to envision larger histories of circulation, migration, and transcultural contact.

This event is made possible by the Student Activity Program Fee Board.

This event is part of UHM ART: CRITICAL GEOGRAPHY IN HAWAI‘I SERIES that highlights local and international artists who address social-cultural concerns associated with space, place, and environment in O‘ahu. Programs consider diverse approaches by artists including mapping and map-making and visual story-telling.

Contact: Jaimey Hamilton Faris | hamilton.faris@hawaii.edu