Artist Talk - Tate Foley

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Photography of Tate Foley's work installed in a public place with people walking by.

Tate Foley's research focuses on phonetics and phonology. Through a blend of traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques, the work in this exhibition explores ideas of language and protest, spirituality, and race.

Photo credit: 

Snake/Smoker. India ink and spray paint on Tyvek with Risograph and laser printed stickers. 48" x 44" 2018


Each year the School of Art and Visual Studies sponsors lectures, exhibitions, and workshops by scholars and artists concerned with contemporary visual culture in cooperation with the Art History & Visual Studies program's various courses in visual studies.  Exhibitions and lectures typically take place in the Bolivar Art Gallery, with workshop locations varying by medium. For more in the Visiting Artist and other Series, see the SAVS Events page.
Jan 18 2019, 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Bolivar Art Gallery

Art & Visual Studies Building, 236 Bolivar Street

Free and Open to the Public
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