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January 18 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Film: An Inconvenient Sequel

January 18 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

The sequel to the 2006 academy award-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth looks at the acceleration of climate discoveries, natural disasters, and changes in the global economy and U.S. political climate in the past decade (2017, DVD, 100 min).  Post-screening discussion led by Dr. Anna Marshall-Baker, Professor, Interior Architecture, UNCG. Tonight’s program is sponsored by the 12th Annual UNCG Sustainability Film & Discussion Series with special thanks to Dr. Anna Marshall-Baker, LimeBike, Sierra Club, Tate Street Coffee, UNCG Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program, and…

Exhibition: Sanford Biggers, Falk Visiting Artist

January 19

Exhibition opens December 16, 2017 and continues through April 8, 2018. Multimedia artist Sanford Biggers creates artworks that intentionally complicate our understandings of history, culture, and identity. His densely layered paintings on antique southern quilts combine imagery from such disparate sources as Buddhism, graffiti, and harmonics. Linked by themes of navigation, these motifs simultaneously recall stories of quilts being used as markers on the Underground Railroad and star charts employed by astronomers. At once visually beautiful and conceptually rich, they…

Exhibition: Isichapuitu

January 19

Exhibition opens today and continues through January 28, 2018. Joyful and angry, tender and violent, humorous and somber ­artist Kukuli Velarde's ceramic figures offer up a range of emotions and personalities. Kukuli Velarde is the 2017 Fall Falk Visiting Artist. http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu 336.334.5770 Free and open to the public

Exhibition: For All Time

January 19

Exhibition opens August 19 and continues through February 11, 2018. Although most would agree that time is a concept by which we simultaneously grasp the past by memory, the present by attention, and the future by expectation, thoughts about this notion are varied and multifaceted. The artworks included in this exhibition express a variety of ways artists have explored this multifarious concept, be it metaphorically, ironically, sequentially, or kinetically. http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu 336-334-5770 Free and open to the public

Sean Mulcahy

January 19 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
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