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January 20, 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM | Chazen Galleries
Unplug your device and look away from your screen! Chazen Unplugged is a chance to experience a guided deep dive into a selection of works from the Chazen's permanent collection. All are welcome!
Gianofer Fields is an art historian with a focus on material culture. She is an award winning veteran journalist and the producer of Radio Chipstone, a virtual exhibition and meeting place: an exploration of everyday and evocative objects. Currently on WORT Community Radio and archived on WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio.
Anthony Black is a visual artist and PhD candidate in composition and rhetoric at UW-Madison. His interests are in visual rhetoric and visual culture, and his teaching experiences range from studio art practices to African-American literature and art history.
Dakota Mace is a professional Diné (Navajo) artist and researcher who focuses on cultural appropriation of Indigenous design-work, material culture, and Indigenous textile history. Mace received her MA and MFA degrees in photography and textile design at UW–Madison and her BFA in photography from the Institute of American Indian Arts. Her concentrations have been in design studies, material culture, and Indigenous textile history. She has developed workshops and lectures that focus on the appropriation and influence of Indigenous design work within fashion and popular culture.