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David C. Driskell Center

1207 Cole Student Activities Building
Thu, 3/26/15 - 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Panelists will explore Kara Walker’s imagery as a point of departure for discussing issues of slavery, race, sexuality, violence, and gender, among others.
The David C. Driskell Center Gallery
Thu, 2/19/15 - 5:00 PM
Lecture: Lyle Ashton Harris
The Driskell Center is please to invite you to join us for a lecture delivered by Lyle Ashton Harris, the 2014 recipient of the Driskell Prize!
Driskell Center Gallery
Thu, 2/5/15 - 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
The exhibition will feature the works of Kara Walker, one of the most successful and widely known contemporary African American artists today.
David C. Driskell Center, University of Maryland
Thu, 2/5/15 - 9:00 AM to Fri, 5/29/15 - 5:00 PM
The exhibition will feature the works of Kara Walker, one of the most successful and widely known contemporary African American artists today.
Chesapeake Ballroom, College Park Marriott Hotel
Sat, 10/25/14 - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Hosted by the David C. Driskell Center and the Arts Program at the University of Maryland University College, “Robert Blackburn and the Modernist Movement in Prints” is a two day symposium on Robert Blackburn's work and printmaking.
Driskell Center Gallery
Fri, 10/24/14 - 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Come join us Friday to kick off the Robert Blackburn and the Modernist Movement in Prints symposium with a reception in Driskell Center Gallery.
The David C. Driskell Center
Thu, 9/18/14 - 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Robert Blackburn: Passages features about 90 works by Blackburn and 10 by his contemporaries such as Charles Alston, Will Barnet, Grace Hartigan, Robin Holder, and Norman Lewis.

David Driskell Center
Thu, 9/18/14 - 8:30 AM to Fri, 12/19/14 - 4:30 PM
The exhibition features more than 90 works by artist Robert Blackburn and an additional 10 works by his contemporaries.

A lecture presented by artist Kine Aw on her identity as an African artist living between two continents, and on the connection between tradition and modernity as a recurrent theme in her work.

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