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Art, Activism, and AIDS: In-Gallery Visit with Jordan Eagles

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts 314 S Park St, Kalamazoo, MI

Artist Jordan Eagles will be in the KIA galleries for two special 90-minute sessions at 12:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Eagles uses animal and human blood in his artworks to explore themes of life, death, spirituality, equality, and politics related to the human body. In works like American Carnage 6/4-11, currently on view in Unmasking…

Art, Activism, and AIDS

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts 314 S Park St, Kalamazoo, MI

In honor of World AIDS Day, a distinguished panel will discuss the legacy of artists like Felix González-Torres and Jordan Eagles who use their work to explore the impact of HIV and AIDS on our society. In addition, the panel will delve into how artists continue to use their artworks to make powerful statements about…

Art Hop: Community Response Performance

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts 314 S Park St, Kalamazoo, MI

Visit during the December Art Hop and we will “give the gift of art” — in the form of new compositions created by Kalamazoo-based musicians and performers. The KIA has partnered with Yolonda Lavender to curate an evening of creative performances inspired by Unmasking Masculinity for the 21st Century. Lavender is a singer/songwriter, as well…

Community Conversation: A Healing Circle

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts 314 S Park St, Kalamazoo, MI

The KIA’s third and final Community Conversation around Unmasking Masculinity for the 21st Century will take the form of a Healing Circle led by Alessandra Pye, Psychotherapist, Facilitator, Artist and Founder/Creative Director of The Chrysalis Institute for Emerging Artists. This event will focus on exploring intergenerational healing circles as a means of recovery. This Community…

Architectural Influence and Effectual Travel: An Artist Talk with Seth Green

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts 314 S Park St, Kalamazoo, MI
Hybrid Hybrid Event

Seth Green has been making pottery for over twenty years and currently serves as Associate Professor of Ceramics at Purdue University Fort Wayne (PFW), in Fort Wayne, IN. International travel has been a major contributor to his growth and development as an artist and has heavily influenced his ceramic vessels. His presentation will include experiences…