Carlos A. Jáuregui, Associate Professor of Latin American
Literature and Anthropology at the University of Notre Dame
This presentation will examine the mural Ecuador (1952) by Oswaldo Guayasamín (1919-1999), one of most prominent Latin American artists of the twentieth century and explain both its historical context and its current media visualization and interactive exhibit.
Special Guests: Raúl Erazo, Consul General of Ecuador; New Haven, CT and Carlos A. Jáuregui, University of Notre Dame
From Assumption: Louise Carroll-Keeley, Provost; Dona Kercher; Juan Carlos Grijalva; and Maryanne Leone
Music performed by Peter Clemente
During all March 2015, the Emmanuel d'Alzon Library will be hosting the Mural Exhibit “Art in Motion – Guayasamín’s Ecuador Unframed,” which bridges cultural theory, mathematical analysis, media visualization, pedagogy, and computer programming in an innovative installation of the mural Ecuador (1952), a piece by Oswaldo Guayasamín, one of the most prominent Latin American artists of the Twentieth-Century.
Scott Nelson Foster, M.F.A. will deliver a lecture elucidating his experiences teaching and practicing art within the liberal arts. An avid experimenter, Scott uses both ancient and contemporary materials to create nuanced images of the suburban and urban landscape, which he has exhibited in solo and juried shows across the country. Prof.
Complimentary refreshments and live music by Aaron DiBiasio
Degree of Overlap is an art exhibition containing over 60 pieces of art using various mediums including: Crochet, Graphic Design, Illustration, Oil Paintings, Photography, Raku Pottery, Typography, Video Installation and Visual Illusions.
You are cordially invited to join us for a reception and open mic poetry reading in celebration of the art exhibit, "Poets who are Artists/Artists who are Poets," on display from March 17-April 11, 2014.
Art in IT is proud to present fiber/mixed media artist Bayda Asbridge. Her exhibition, "If Only You Could See This! Homage to a Mother," is currently on display in the Information Technology Center, 2nd floor lounge, until March 14, 2014.
From her artist's statement: