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Fall 2020 at the Van Every / Smith Galleries

by | Sep 1, 2020 | Arts & Entertainment, News, Stories from Davidson College

Due to campus-wide COVID-19 precautions, the Galleries will not be open to the general public this fall. The gallery is open only to current students, faculty, and staff beginning today, Thursday August 20th. More information about safely visiting the galleries is at the bottom of this email.

If you are not a current student, faculty or staff member–we miss you! But, there will be plenty of ways to keep in touch with the Galleries even though we won’t see you in person this fall:

View our current exhibition, From Pandemic to Protest, online!

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram, where we’ll be posting about the art on view. (Social links are at the bottom of this email.) See you in the comments!

All programs for our fall exhibition will be virtual. Check it out below and mark your calendar.

 

Upcoming Virtual Programs

September 10 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

In Conversation: Russ White ’04 talks about his art in conjunction with his recent installation at the Hurt Hub.

Tune in via YouTube Live

 

September 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

From Pandemic to Protests: Visualizing Social Isolation and Social Injustices through the Davidson College Art Collection

Tune in via YouTube Live. The link will be posted to the event page on our website ten minutes before the event.

 

October 1 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Conversation with Bethany Collins, 2019-2020 Justice, Equality and Community Grant Public Humanities Practitioner-in-Residence, and Hilary Green, Vann Professor of Ethics in Society, in conjunction with Bethany’s commission Dixie’s Land (1859-2001), 2020, currently on view in the Van Every/Smith Galleries. The recent commission for the Galleries’ permanent art collection investigates the college’s history with racism and slavery.

Tune in via YouTube Live. The link will be posted to the event page on our website ten minutes before the event.

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