not but nothing other: African-American Portrayals, 1930s to Today


A schedule of events related to the exhibition are listed below.

Saturday, September 21 2-230PM
Unveiling of the Sculpture "Falling Man" by Ed Wilson
Peace Quad near the Fine Arts Building

Wednesday, September 25, 6PM, reception following
Conversation with Ruben Santiago-Hudson '78
Watters Theater
For free tickets call the Anderson Center 607-777-2787
Sponsored by the Harpur College Dean's Office

Saturday, September 28, 2PM, reception following
Lecture and Community Sing with Ysaye Maria Barnwell
"Singing Who We Are"
Watters Theater
For free tickets, call the Anderson Center 607-777-2787

Thursday, October 10, 1PM
A Reading and Talk by Fred Moten
Binghamton University Art Museum
Sponsored by the Material and Visual Worlds Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence
Fred Moten (b.1962) is one of the foremost scholars of Black studies, a highly innovative voice in critical theory, and a renowned poet and music critic.  His books include In the Break: The Aesthetics of the Black Radical Traditions (2003) and, most recently, consent not to be a single being (2017-18), a three volume collection of essays.  He is Professor of Performance Studies, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU.

Thursday, October 10, 430PM
Dance Day at the Museum
Binghamton Boys and Girls Club Dance Team
Binghamton University Art Museum

Saturday, October 12, 230PM
Binghamton University Gospel Choir
Binghamton University Art Museum

Friday, November 1, 730PM and Sunday, November 3, 730PM
Film Screening: To Sleep with Anger (Charles Burnett, 1990)
Binghamton University Art Museum
Sponsored by Harpur Cinema

Thursday, November 7, 5PM
Artist Talk with Willie Cole
Binghamton University Art Museum
Willie Cole (b. 1955) is widely recognized for his sculptures, prints, and drawings that transform everyday objects into powerful icons reminiscent of African artwork and African-American labor.  His work is held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, National Gallery of Art, MoMA, Cleveland Museum fo Art, and Detroit Institute of Arts museum, among many other institutions.  he is exhibited by Alexander and Bonin in New York.

Saturday, November 9, 730PM
Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra Concert: "Simone, Ellington and Parks"
Forum Theater, Binghamton, NY
To purchase tickets, call the BPO office at 607-723-3931

Saturday, December 7, 2PM
Exhibition Closing
A performance of original musical compositions, written by students of Professor Dan Davis, inspired by works on view.  

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