November 10 - 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Reshaping Bronze & Stone: How Artists Are Responding to Public Monuments

LIVE ZOOM EVENT

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Tidewater Community College’s Arts & Humanities Pathway is proud to present a new series of music, visual arts, literary, and theatrical programming that will begin this fall and continue through the 2020-21 academic year. The series is called:

my thoughts. my voice. my art.

College faculty, students, staff, and the community are invited to join us for this free series of college-wide visual and performing arts events that explore themes of diversity, adversity, inequality, social justice, and empowerment during this time of social change. Events will include art exhibits, music and theatrical performances, lecture and panel discussions, poetr y slams, and more. Go to tcc.edu/arts or roper.tcc.edu for event registration information beginning this fall.

Nancy Pettigrew will host a Live Zoom:

In this illustrated lecture, TCC Art Histor y Instructor
Nancy Pettigrew will explore the history of monuments in
Virginia, the protests against them, and the ways in which
artists are responding. A student discussion will follow.

All of the events in this series are free and open to the public. Click BUY TICKETS to register for the event.