JADE ARIANA FAIR
RESIDENCY EXHIBITION ON VIEW through Dec. 1
Fall 2017 CAS programming is supported by grants from the Iowa Art Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, the National Endowment for the Arts, and Legacies for Iowa: A University of Iowa Museum of Art Collections-Sharing Project, Supported by the Matthew Bucksbaum Family.
SATURDAY, NOV. 11 at 6pm
Jade Ariana Fair ARTIST TALK & EXHIBITION RECEPTION
Jade Ariana Fair will present an exhibition of new work created during her 6-week residency in Iowa City.
2017 Film Series
Sunday April 23, 8pm
A 1989 remake of Charlie Chaplin's The Kid by Charles Lane, Sidewalk Stories is a subtle and humorous meditation on race, class, and fatherhood.
Sunday, May 28, 8pm
A Litany For Survival: the life and work of Audre Lorde, directed by Ada Gay Griffin and Michelle Parkerson
Sunday, June 25, 8pm
My Brother's Wedding, a tragic comedy that takes place in South Central LA. Made in 1983 by Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep) but not released until 2007.
Sunday, July 23, 8pm
A Program of Short Films: Terence Nance, Alexandria Eregbu, & Devin Cain
Thursday, Sept. 22, 6pm: works-in-progress artist's talk
Tuesday, Sept. 27, 6-8pm: "...to take root among the stars" exhibition reception [documentation]
Monday, Oct. 24, 6-8pm: Alexandria Eregbu open studio and artist's talk
Thursday, Nov. 17, 6pm: screening & Q+A
“Persecution + Release”:
An experimental work told in five parts featuring new footage, found footage, and recycled footage. In conjunction with the artist's exhibition "To Nothingness with Love", this newly created piece traverses deep unconscious transgressions + sentiments held within the human narrative that may lead towards an ontological emancipation.
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 6-8pm: lecture & exhibition reception: "To Nothingness with Love"
Monday, Dec. 5, 3:30pm: screening (a selection of short films) at FilmScene
Fall 2016 CAS programming is supported by grants from the Iowa Art Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, and the City of Iowa City Public Art Advisory Committee. Thanks also to the University of Iowa Center for the Book and Little Village for their support!
The Center for Afrofuturist Studies (CAS) is an initiative to re-imagine new futures for marginalized peoples by generating safe work spaces for artists of color. Organized by Anaïs Duplan, CAS hosts visiting artists and artists-in-residence and produces lectures, workshops, public forums, and exhibitions on the intersections of race, technology, and the diaspora.