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Histories of Now: A Space for Dialogue, Art and Activism
With a focus on current events in Egypt, “Histories of Now: A Space for Dialogue, Art and Activism” will explore various contemporary movements and their shared struggle for social transformation. SMFA’s Grossman Gallery will transform into a site of international and local dialogue with spaces for gatherings, areas for internet research and a media library for readings, creative thinking and questioning. The public is invited to join the conversation with scholars, artist, activists + SMFA students/faculty.
Schedule of events will be posted weekly at www.smfa.edu/egypt-dialogue.
When:Wednesday, January 30–Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Barbara and Steven Grossman Gallery
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
230 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115
Special gallery hours: Tues + Wed: 10 am–5 pm; Thurs + Fri: 12–7 pm; Closed Mondays, weekends and holidays.
Image credit: Shady El Noshokaty, Stammer—A Lecture in Theory (detail), 2007–10. Multimedia installation.
More About School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Located in Boston's Fenway cultural district, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts provides an education in the fine arts — for undergraduate and graduate artists — that is interdisciplinary and self-directed and values cultural, artistic and intellectual diversity. It hosts a wide range of exhibitions throughout the year, featuring students, faculty and visiting artists.