Binghamton University Art Museum presents an artist’s talk and panel discussion with Nathaniel Stern in conjunction with the current exhibition The World After Us: Imaging Techno-Aesthetic Futures, on Thursday March 10 at 6:00 PM at the art museum in the fine arts building.
Material + Visual Worlds TAE
Material and Visual Worlds TAE: Emily Thompson, Professor of History, Princeton University
Material and Visual Worlds TAE: George Marcus, Chancellor’s Professor of Anthropology, UC-Irvine
The Material and Visual Worlds TAE is delighted to announce the first talk in its annual speaker series. George Marcus, Chancellor’s Professor of Anthropology, UC-Irvine, will deliver a talk on Thursday, October 4 concerned with contemporary experiments in collaborative research across a range of fields of expertise. “Ethnographic Fieldwork, Scenic Design Interventions, and the Consequences of Aesthetic Decisions: Three Collaborative Projects Over Five Years,” will be presented in FA 258 at 6:00. Everyone is welcome!