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2017 Zale-Kimmerling Writer-in-Residence


Meg Wolitzer’s novels include The Interestings; The Uncoupling; The Ten-Year Nap; The Position; and 



For more information contact Laura Wolford

 


 

Audrie and Daisy


AUDRIE & DAISY is an urgent real-life drama that examines the ripple effects on families, friends, schools and communities when two underage young women find that sexual assault crimes against them have been caught on camera. From acclaimed filmmakers Bonnie Cohen and Jon Shenk (The Island President, Rape of Europa), AUDRIE & DAISY -- which made its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival -- takes a hard look at American teenagers who are coming of age in this new world of social media bullying, spun wildly out of control.

Small reception to follow.



For more information contact Lory Arnold by phone at 504-862-8724

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface.



For more information contact Newcomb Art Museum by phone at 504-865-5328

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


 Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface.

 

 



For more information contact Newcomb Art Museum by phone at 504-865-5328

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


 Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface. Creating three-dimensionality through the action of pulling, rubbing, folding, slashing, ripping, or warping the canvas, these artists mine the tensions, both sensual and sublime, of this current critical moment in Puerto Rican history.



For more information contact Newcomb Art Museum by phone at 504-865-5328

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


 Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface. Creating three-dimensionality through the action of pulling, rubbing, folding, slashing, ripping, or warping the canvas, these artists mine the tensions, both sensual and sublime, of this current critical moment in Puerto Rican history.



For more information contact Newcomb Art Museum by phone at 504-865-5328

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


 Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface. Creating three-dimensionality through the action of pulling, rubbing, folding, slashing, ripping, or warping the canvas, these artists mine the tensions, both sensual and sublime, of this current critical moment in Puerto Rican history.



For more information contact Newcomb Art Museum by phone at 504-865-5328

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


 Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface. 



For more information contact Teresa Farris

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


 Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface.



For more information contact Teresa Farris

 


 

Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico


 Spanning several generations, five Puerto Rico-based artists Zilia Sánchez (b.1926), Julio Suárez (b.1947), Arnaldo Roche Rabell (b.1955), Pédro Velez (b.1971), and Elsa María Meléndez (b.1974) have each developed a process-driven approach to painting that challenges the notion of the canvas as a flat surface. Creating three-dimensionality through the action of pulling, rubbing, folding, slashing, ripping, or warping the canvas, these artists mine the tensions, both sensual and sublime, of this current critical moment in Puerto Rican history.



For more information contact Newcomb Art Museum by phone at 504-865-5328

 


 

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