Hammond Gallery Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9AM to 4PM
Saturday: 10AM to 2PM
Hammond Gallery, October 26th – November 16th
Workshop: Wednesday, November 15, 12-3 pm, Hammond Hall Gallery
In conjunction with her exhibition Pink, in the Hammond Hall Gallery, visiting artist Libby Rowe will be conducting a performance workshop that will take participants through a series of exercises focused on creating presence, understanding of and activation of space between performers and their audience, and generation of ideas and identification of sources for inspiration for performance art. Participants should come prepared to explore, create, and collaborate! Wear comfortable clothing & shoes and bring an interesting object.
To sign up for the workshop call the art office at (256) 782-5626. Limit of 20 participants.
Lecture: Thursday, November 16, 4-5 pm, Anders Hall (Roundhouse) Lecture Hall
University of Texas San Antonio photography professor, Libby Rowe will be giving a public lecture about her work, Pink. Libby is an artist working in photography, sculpture, interactive installation, and performance. Her artwork explores ideas of identity and belonging through self-definitions as informed by social and domestic constructs. Through Pink, Rowe addresses the sociological, physiological and psychological aspects of femininity. This encourages reflection on and reconstruction of accepted social definitions of “feminine”, “womanhood”, and “equality,” and a questions who is, and who should be, in control of these definitions.
Closing reception for Pink: Thursday, November 16, 5-7 pm, Hammond Hall Gallery
November 16, 5-7 pm, Hammond Hall Gallery: Take this opportunity to meet and speak to artist Libby Rowe at a closing reception for the exhibition of Pink, in the Hammond Hall Gallery. This event is free and open to the public.