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Fall 2021 Events

September

 

Art History & Crafts

Friday, September 17 at 7pm

The Zuccaire Gallery presents Art History & Crafts an arts and crafts event led by the Zuccaire Gallery's student education team. Each program will include a brief presentation and exploration of an artist’s work, followed by an art-making activity.

Register here.   This event is open to Stony Brook University students and staff only. 

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Opening Performance of Developer's Midnight Fantasy

Thursday, September 23, 1-3pm & Wednesday, September 29, 1-3pm at the Ashley Schiff Preserve 

Need help getting there? A guided walking group will depart from the Zuccaire Gallery at 12:45pm. Or click here for directions and a map. 

The Developer’s Midnight Fantasy is a 2-week outdoor art installation by artist Annemaire Waugh that invites visitors to consider the fragility of nature through an imagined clear-cutting of the Ashley Schiff Preserve. 

The project will feature two live performances in the Ashley Schiff Preserve with music composed by Tommy Wu & Daniel Cohen and Performed by Stony Brook Music Ensemble and will feature the cello, violin, flute, mandolin, bassoon, and guitar (9/23). The second performance (9/29) will feature a dance ensemble performing the "Animals of the Forest." Directed by Amy Yopp Sullivan with costumes designed by Marta Baumiller.

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Dos Mundos Panel Discussion

Monday, September 27 at 2:45pm

Join the Zuccaire Gallery for a panel discussion featuring artists Tau Battice, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn, and Cinthya Briones as well as curator Juanita Lanzo as they discuss their work in the exhibition Dos Mundos: (Re) Constructing Narratives . Moderated by History Professor Lori Flores. 

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Live Performance: Developer's Midnight Fantasy

Wednesday Sept. 29, 1-3pm at the Ashley Schiff Preserve

Featuring a dance ensemble performing the "Animals of the Forest." Directed by Amy Yopp Sullivan with costumes designed by Marta Baumiller.

Need help getting there? A guided walking group will depart from the Zuccaire Gallery at 12:45pm.  Or click here for directions and a map. 

For more information please contact annemarie.waugh@stonybrook.edu 

 

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Student Performance & Talk Back

Thursday, Sept. 30, 2pm at the Zuccaire Gallery 

Drop by the Zuccaire Gallery Thursday, September 30 at 2pm for a short performance and Q&A. Presented by the 'Performance Dance Ensemble' class, directed by  Amy Yopp Sullivan.

October

PIndell

Opening Day: Faculty Artist Spotlight:
Howardena Pindell

Monday, October 4-30

Distinguished Professor of Art Howardena Pindell's powerful work is featured in the Zuccaire Gallery's first Faculty Artist Spotlight, part of Stony Brook University's Presidential Inauguration celebration.

Howardena Pindell,  Mother: Umbra Penumbra (detail), 1997, courtesy of the artist and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York

 Click here for details. 

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Opening Ceremony: Hispanic Heritage Month

Wednesday, October 6 at 1-2:20pm

Join the Zuccaire Gallery and Stony Brook University as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This event will include a panel discussion with Dos Mundos artists.

Click here to learn more about Hispanic Heritage Month at Stony Brook University. 

 

 

 

Campus-wide Art Crawl

Saturday, October 23, 1pm-3pm

A campus-wide tour of the art galleries at Stony Brook University, begins at Wang Center, then Zuccaire Gallery at 1:30, followed by Alloway Gallery at Melville Library, then Simons Center Gallery. Click here for details. 

Antonio Pulgarin

Artist Talk: Antonio Pulgarín

Thursday, October 28 at 4pm, on ZOOM

Join the Zuccaire Gallery and the Art History Graduate Student Organization for a virtual artist talk featuring Antonio Pulgari. Antonio Pulgar ín is a Colombian-American lens-based artist who utilizes photography, photographic collage, and mixed media in his practice. Pulgarín's work is featured in our current exhibition, Dos Mundos: (Re) Constructing Narratives. Check back for a zoom link. 

 

November

mis communication

Opening Night: Mis/Communication

Thursday, November 11, 5-7pm

Mis/Communication: Language and Power in Contemporary Art   features video, sculpture, print, and interactive media artworks by contemporary artists who explore the power of language in a cultural context.

 

 

Art History & Crafts

Friday, November 19 at 7pm

The Zuccaire Gallery presents Art History & Crafts an arts and crafts event led by the Zuccaire Gallery's student education team. Each program will include a brief presentation and exploration of an artist’s work, followed by an art-making activity.