Art Exhibit, Stamm Dining Room, Templeton Campus Center
November 7- 9, 2012
Open daily throughout the symposium. Please enjoy the exhibit when sessions are not in progress.
Featuring work by Lewis & Clark College students and Portland-area artists, this exhibit incorporates a spectrum of works expressing ideas about race, ethnicity, culture and the modern world.
Curatorial Statement: Given that this year’s symposium focuses on communication and media, the works in this exhibition were chosen because of their expression of rich concepts or ideas related to multiculturalism and racial or ethnic identity. By curating a more minimal show, we hope to communicate how artists of color are still underrepresented in art institutions and the media today while allowing the art displayed to resonate in ways words cannot.
Curated by L&C students Khethiwe Gumede ‘14 and Tyler Rizzo ’14.
The Ethnic Studies Program is located in Miller Center for the Humanities.
Director Elliott Young
Symposium Director Kimberly Brodkin
Administrative Coordinator Nancy J. Hugg
Ethnic Studies Program
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 63
Portland, Oregon 97219