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Curator’s Talk | Claire Tancons in conversation with Shannon Jackson

February 15, 2018
6:30 pm
Museum of the African Diaspora

Image: Ebony G. Patterson, Invisible Presence: Bling Memories, performance, April 27, 2014, Kingston, Jamaica. Courtesy of the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago. Photograph: Monique Gilpin and Philip Rhoden Join us for a conversation about our current exhibition En Mas: Carnival and Performance Art in the Caribbeanwith Curator Claire Tancons and Professor Shannon Jackson (Rhetoric and Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, UC Berkeley). EN MAS' introduces performance art with a focus on the influence that Carnival and related masquerading traditions in and of the Caribbean and its diasporas have had on contemporary performance discourse and practice, in both the artistic and curatorial realms. Tancons and Jackson (a contributor to the EN MAS' catalogue) will discuss this innovative performance-based exhibition and reveal the many layers of social critique and protest embedded in the Carnival tradition. The program will include a wine reception. This program is presented in conjunction with Third Thursdays in Yerba Buena

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Museum of the African Diaspora

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