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Faculty featured in “State of the Arts” episode about Angela Davis exhibition

Faculty featured in “State of the Arts” episode about Angela Davis exhibition

Courtesy of Zimmerli Art Museum: Wadsworth Jarrell, “Revolutionary,” May 20, 1972, color screenprint on paper. Lisbet Tellefsen Archive. © Wadsworth Jarrell.

The latest episode of NJTV’s State of the Arts series features the Angela Davis — Seize the Time exhibition at the Zimmerli Art Museum, which focuses on the image of Davis, a political activist, scholar, and author. The exhibition, on view through June 15, 2022, was co-curated by Art & Design faculty Gerry Beegan and includes a sound work co-created by Art & Design faculty Steffani Jemison.

The episode features interviews with Beegan and Jemison, as well as co-curator Donna Gustafson, Interim Director of Zimmerli Art Museum, other artists, and Davis herself.

 

Produced by Susan Wallner for State of the Arts. Narration by Nemuna Ceesay; Videography by Joe Conlon and Michael Ryan Lamarra; and Audio by Nico Osborne.

Courtesy of State of the Arts

 

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