The exhibition "Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art" explores the tension between an ancient culture's unbroken artistic tradition of anonymity and the personality-driven world of contemporary art. By examining attitudes towards attribution in shifting cultural contexts, we ask the question: how do practitioners in the emerging field of Tibetan contemporary art react to and reinterpret their predecessors' anonymous past, and what role does anonymity play in the changing landscape of contemporary Tibetan culture?
Reverend Dianna Smith will lead a discussion of 'Home', the 2013 one book, and host a pot luck supper.
Reformed Church Education Building, Fireside Room
New Paltz, NY 12561
The SUNY New Paltz Symphonic Band, under the direction of Dr. Joël Evans, will present a concert performing the works of James Barnes, Gustav Holst and Aaron Copland.
Odell Winfield, co-founder and director of the Sadie Peterson Delaney African Roots Library, will talk about Jim Crow in the 1950's and the New Jim Crow in the 21st Century.