Intersecting Zones: The Art World in GhanaIntersecting Zones: The Art World in Ghanahttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/160021/1291325400Drop Shot Space - Squash courts under Ryan Gym2010-12-02T16:30:002010-12-02T19:30:00
December 2,2010 4:30PM–7:30PM
Drop Shot Space - Squash courts under Ryan Gym
"My school. My neighborhood. My home. My life."
A photo exhibition from Ghana and the U.S.
An art show happening simultaneously here and there, linked up in parallel exhibitions via Skype: photos of "home" by students at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges; children in Ghana; and Ghanaian artists Larry Otoo, Wiz Kudowor, George Hughes, Kofi Dawson, and Serge Clottey – exhibited both in Haverford, USA and Accra, Ghana.
4:30 pm – discussion panel
with Professor Jesse Shipley
5:30 pm – gallery opening
with Ghanaian food and music
2:30 pm – video chat to Ghana
see their parallel exhibit
Photographs for sale to benefit the Junior Art Club in Ghana. Available at the exhibit and by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supported by Haverford's Hurford Humanities Center, Haverford’s Center for Peace & Global Citizenship, the Camera Shop in Bryn Mawr, Aku's Kitchen in Philadelphia, and the W.E.B. DuBois Memorial Centre in Accra, Ghana.
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