Thursday, February 5, 2015,
Bixler / 015 Lower Jette Gallery

In celebration of Black History Month, the museum will become a space where students, faculty, and community members can reflect on current and historical representations of race in the United States in the context of a special presentation of Joseph Norman’s ominous Strange Fruit Triptych (1998), a work in the museum’s permanent collection. Organized in collaboration with the Pugh Center, Students Organized for Black and Hispanic Unity, and the African-American Studies Program.

Public event