Saturday - October 21, 2017
Week 42

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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Archaeology Day - Lowry Center - Main Lounge, Lowry Center - Tabling

Wooster's archaeology department and the Archaeology Student Colloquium will be hosting our annual Archaeology Day (this year's event coincides with National Archaeology Day on Oct 21). We will have people from the Wayne County Historical Society come as well as the Wayne County Cemetery Preservation Society. We will also have educational tools to teach students, staff, faculty, and community members about archaeology. We will also have ceramists (waiting on their confirmation) as well as various archaeology-related activities.
1:00 PM-4:00 PM CWAM/AFTER THE THRILL IS GONE - Ebert Art Center - College of Wooster Art Museum

After the Thrill is Gone: Fashion, Politics, and Culture in Contemporary South African Art

September 12-November 12, 2017
(Closed October 6-16, 2017, for the College's Fall Break.)

Sussel Gallery and the Burton D. Morgan Gallery

After the Thrill is Gone:  Fashion, Politics, and Culture in Contemporary South African Art features fourteen artists who read the political climate of post-apartheid South Africa through fashion’s embrace of the “new.” The artists in After the Thrill is Gone use fashion to shape narratives of representation, identity, memory, xenophobia, violence in the domestic sphere, and allegories of nationalism. Both individually and collectively, these artists locate fashion as a political language and reinterpret the historical terrain of South Africa after the thrill of apartheid’s end is gone.

Artists

Kudzanai Chiurai, Julia Rosa Clark, Hasan & Husain Essop, Pierre Fouché, Gabrielle Goliath, Haroon Gunn-Salie, Daniel Halter, Nicholas Hlobo, Gerald Machona, Mohau Modisakeng, Athi-Patra Ruga, and Mary Sibande

Organized by the James W. & Lois I. Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Andrew Hennlich, Ph.D, Curator.

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