Made Masculine & Willie Cole: On Site
Multiple dates from Sunday, September 17th to Sunday, October 15th
DURHAM, NH –Two new exhibitions, Made Masculine and Willie Cole: On-Site will be on view at the
Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire beginning August 30. A reception takes place on Thursday,
September 7, 6:00-8:00pm. The Museum of Art and its programs are open to the public free of charge,
the exhibitions are on view until October 15.
The thirteen contemporary artists in this exhibition
accept the framework that masculinity is made,
fashioned, and modified generation to generation.
Selected works of art explore the artifice of masculinity
through themes such as strength, desire, and intimacy
while posing the question: What does it mean to be
made masculine or to make one’s own masculinity?
Guest curator, Lisa Crossman, Ph.D., Interim Curator,
Fitchburg Art Museum.
Willie Cole: On-Site
This exhibition highlights a body of work by
contemporary African-American artist Willie Cole
and features 13 artworks, a video, and an
installation of a massive chandelier made of recycled
water bottles. This traveling exhibition is organized
by the David C. Driskell Center at the University of
Maryland, College Park and is co-curated by the
David C. Driskell Center’s Deputy Director, Dorit
Yaron, and Executive Director, Professor Curlee R.
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The event runs from 6:00pm to 8:00pm on the following dates.
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- September 17th
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