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September 2019

Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 21 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 21 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 22 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Etta, Claribel, & Laura: The Cone Collection at the Weatherspoon

September 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join Dianna Cameron and Carrie Streeter, co-curators of Modern Visions, Modern Art: The Cone Sisters in North Carolina (on view at the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum through November 30) for a special talk that explores the story behind the Claribel and Etta Cone Collection. Cameron and Streeter will present new research on the history of the Cone Collection and the Cone family through the lens of Claribel, Etta, and their sister-in-law Laura Cone's lifelong interests and commitments to women's…

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Etta, Claribel, & Laura: The Cone Collection at the Weatherspoon

September 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join Dianna Cameron and Carrie Streeter, co-curators of Modern Visions, Modern Art: The Cone Sisters in North Carolina (on view at the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum through November 30) for a special talk that explores the story behind the Claribel and Etta Cone Collection. Cameron and Streeter will present new research on the history of the Cone Collection and the Cone family through the lens of Claribel, Etta, and their sister-in-law Laura Cone's lifelong interests and commitments to women's…

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Etta, Claribel, & Laura: The Cone Collection at the Weatherspoon

September 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join Dianna Cameron and Carrie Streeter, co-curators of Modern Visions, Modern Art: The Cone Sisters in North Carolina (on view at the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum through November 30) for a special talk that explores the story behind the Claribel and Etta Cone Collection. Cameron and Streeter will present new research on the history of the Cone Collection and the Cone family through the lens of Claribel, Etta, and their sister-in-law Laura Cone's lifelong interests and commitments to women's…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 24 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 24 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 24 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 26 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 26 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Mary Kelly, Falk Visiting Artist

September 28 - December 8

Public talk and reception: TBD

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 28 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 28 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

September 28 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

September 29 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Interwoven Natural & Illusory Textiles

September 29 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens June 22 and continues through September 29, 2019. The textile industry put Greensboro on the map. In fact, one of its most productive mills, Cone Mills, was a world leader in the manufacturing of corduroy, flannel, denim, and other cotton fabrics for most of the 20th century. In homage to this legacy, the museum will showcase works of art by artists who either incorporate fabric as an artmaking tool or suggest its physical characteristics.While fabric has had a long…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

September 29 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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October 2019

Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 1 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 2 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 2 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 3 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 3 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 4 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 4 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Artful Meditation

October 4 @ 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

Sample mindfulness practices like guided meditation, walking meditation, and mindful looking. Programs take place in the museum galleries and include both seated and walking practices. Beginners welcome. 1st Fridays, September 6, October 4, and November 1, 12:30-1:15pm.Free to the publicweatherspoon.uncg.edu336-334-5770

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 5 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 5 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 5 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 6 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 6 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 8 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 8 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Noon @ the ‘Spoon: Public Tour

October 8 @ 12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Explore a new exhibition at the Weatherspoon Art Museum each month in this quick 20-minute tour. Offered the second Tuesday of the month. weatherspoon.uncg.edu(336) 334-5770Free to the public

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 9 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 9 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 10 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 10 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Artist Talk: Mary Kelly

October 10 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. Based in Los Angeles, Kelly blends personal and political issues of gender, identity, and collective memory, and both…

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 11 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 11 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 12 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 12 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 13 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 13 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 15 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 15 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 16 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 16 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 17 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 17 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Evening Tour @ WAM

October 17 @ 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Drop-in evening tours will highlight the newest exhibitions and give visitors a general overview of the Weatherspoon. No reservations needed. Free.  http://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 18 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 18 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Humanities Network & Consortium Cafe

October 18 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Enjoy free coffee, cookies, and stimulating conversation with UNCG's Humanities Network & Consortium at the museum. Rotating guest speakers and topics each month.  See hnac.uncg.edu for details.

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 19 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 19 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 19 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Here We Are: Painting & Sculpting the Human Form

October 20 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens March 2 and continues through October 20, 2019. “We convince,” wrote the poet Walt Whitman, “by our presence.” He argued that the human body is not merely a physical object, but the means to emotional experience and connection. In celebrating its dynamic nature, he famously proclaimed, “I sing the body electric.” Countless visual artists likewise have explored and affirmed the charged power of the human form. With works from the Weatherspoon’s collection of modern and contemporary art, this installation considers…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 20 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 22 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 23 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 24 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 24 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Family Night @ WAM

October 24 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Art & science meet in the artwork of sculptor Alyson Shotz, who explores how force and gravity affect the properties of materials. Families and friends are invited to drop in to enjoy the inauguration of WAM's new mobile art cart, participate in some experimentation of their own, and enjoy this lively exhibition.Free to the public.https://weatherspoonart.org/event-oct-24-family-night-october/

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 26 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 27 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 29 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 30 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

October 31 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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November 2019

Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 1 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 1 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Artful Meditation

November 1 @ 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

Sample mindfulness practices like guided meditation, walking meditation, and mindful looking. Programs take place in the museum galleries and include both seated and walking practices. Beginners welcome. 1st Fridays, September 6, October 4, and November 1, 12:30-1:15pm. Free to the public weatherspoon.uncg.edu 336-334-5770

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New Art/New Conversations at WAM

November 1 @ 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm

Artist Shahzia Sikander takes classical Indo-Persian miniature painting as her basis, but expands the genre through various forms of new media. Join Chanchal Dadlani, Associate Professor of Art History, Wake Forest University, and Elaine Gustafson, Curator of Collections, as they discuss the religious, cultural, and contemporary contexts of Sikander's video installation Disruption as Rapture.Free to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 2 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 3 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 5 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 6 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 7 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Conversation with Alison Saar

November 7 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Alison Saar is known not only for her powerful sculptures—she is also a master of the art of printmaking. In both forms, she employs a personal vocabulary informed by history, race, and mythology. Her influences range from ancient Europe, Africa, and American folk art. She is especially drawn to the Kouros, an ancient Greek sculptural form of a man in the diametric pose of stillness and movement.Saar’s works narrate stories of the African American experience, moving effortlessly from the personal…

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 8 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 9 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 10 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Exhibition: Mary Kelly | Falk Visiting Artist

November 12 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Exhibition opens September 28 and continues through December 8, 2019Over four decades of her practice, Mary Kelly has addressed issues relating to the body, systems of classification and power, and memory. In the early 1970s, she began to bring art and politics together; her projects reference iconic representations from the historical past and have been informed by World War II in London, the Vietnam War protests, and the Women’s Liberation Movement. MoreFree to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Noon @ the ‘Spoon: Public Tour

November 12 @ 12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Explore a new exhibition at the Weatherspoon Art Museum each month in this quick 20-minute tour. Offered the second Tuesday of the month. weatherspoon.uncg.edu(336) 334-5770Free to the public

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Noon @ the ‘Spoon: Public Tour

November 12 @ 12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Explore a new exhibition at the Weatherspoon Art Museum each month in this quick 20-minute tour. Offered the second Tuesday of the month. weatherspoon.uncg.edu(336) 334-5770Free to the public

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Noon @ the ‘Spoon: Public Tour

November 12 @ 12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Explore a new exhibition at the Weatherspoon Art Museum each month in this quick 20-minute tour. Offered the second Tuesday of the month. weatherspoon.uncg.edu(336) 334-5770Free to the public

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New Art/New Conversations at WAM

November 13 @ 4:00 pm - 4:45 pm

Observation and experimentation are essential in both art and science and yet each uses different tools for interpretation. Join UNCG's Joel Shaw, Lecturer, Physics and Astronomy; Talia Fernós, Associate Professor, Mathematics and Statistics; and Emily Stamey, Curator of Exhibitions, as they share their thoughts on Alyson Shotz: Un/Folding.Free to the publichttp://weatherspoonart.org

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Humanities Network & Consortium Cafe

November 15 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Enjoy free coffee, cookies, and stimulating conversation with UNCG's Humanities Network & Consortium at the museum. Rotating guest speakers and topics each month.  See hnac.uncg.edu for details.

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Evening Tour @ WAM

November 21 @ 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Drop-in evening tours will highlight the newest exhibitions and give visitors a general overview of the Weatherspoon. No reservations needed. Free.  http://weatherspoonart.org

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December 2019

Free Improvisation Concert

December 6 @ 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm

Drop by WAM for a free concert of spontaneous compositions! This culminating experience for the inaugural UNCG class on free improvisation will include music inspired by texts, images, and the museum itself. A variety of sounds and songs will be created on the spot through the imagination, connection, and communication of the performers. Led by Dr. Carole Ott Coelho, associate director of choral activities. http://weatherspoonart.org 336-334-5770 Free to the public

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