THE COOPER UNION AUGUSTA SAVAGE COLLOQUIUM

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Virtual

Location: Virtual 

Date: WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2021, 6:30 - 8:30PM

The biennial Cooper Union Augusta Savage Colloquium is in honor of the life and work of the artist and educator Augusta Savage A'25. The conference aims to explore the intersections of history, art-praxis, education, and social justice by bringing various scholars and practitioners together for a public conversation. Organizers will also aim to work closely with current students to develop the program.      

The Augusta Savage Colloquium invites an art historian or historian to present on a topic relative to the life and or legacy of Augusta Savage, directly or indirectly, an established artist or contemporary critic presenting original work on a similar or adjacent topic and an emerging BIPOC artist, art historian, architect or engineer addressing similar issues through their work and/or research. 

The 2021 colloquium will include presentations from artist Lauren Halsey, art historian Howard Singerman, and the Benny Andrews Foundation. 

Registration required for this online program.