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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.  

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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, 2:30 pm at the Zuccaire Gallery 

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

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Zoom Lecture: Public Engagement & the Social Impact of Culture and Art

Thursday, Sept. 30, 3pm on Zoom

Zoom Lecture by Solana  Chehtman , Director of Civic Programs at The Shed in NYC. Sponsored by the Humanities Institute of Stoy Brook, Zuccaire Gallery and the Art Department. Zoom registration requiredPlease click here to register.

Moderator: Sohl Lee, Art Department

October

PIndell

Opening Day:
Faculty Artist Spotlight: Howardena Pindell

Monday, October 4; on view through October 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, 1997, courtesy of the artist and Garth Greenan Gallery, New York

 Click here for details. 

heritage month

 

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 Erika Morillo and Danny Peralta.

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

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Presidential Inauguration Opening Reception

Monday, October 18 at 2 pm

Join us to kick off a week of celebration of the Inauguration of Stony Brook President Maurie McInnis. The  Inauguration Opening Reception features paintings by Distinguished Professor of Art Howardena Pindell and the exhibition Dos Mundos: (Re)Constructing Narratives as well as music and food.

Click here for more information and to RSVP.

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Zoom Lecture: Cuban Poster Art and the Spirit of Revolution

Friday, October 22, 3pm

Zoom Lecture by Lincoln Cushing, artist, archivist and author. Moderated by Eric Zolov, History Department. Sponsored by Humanities Institute of Stony Brook, Latin American and Caribbean Studies and Zuccaire Gallery.   Zoom registration required. Click here for details.

Zoom Registration Link

 

art crawl

 

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.

December

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Opening Night: Printing Solidarity: Transcontinental Graphics from Cuba

Thursday, December 1, 5-7pm

Please check back for details.