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  • Jun
    All Day

    Solo Exhibition by Jasmine Thomas-Girvan: Window on Memory

    Granoff Center for the Creative Arts

    About the Event
    Jasmine Thomas-Girvan is a renowned Jamaican-born, Trinidad-based sculptor and jeweler who creates exquisite renditions of the painful experiences of slavery, forced migration, and colonialism that continue to impact contemporary life in the Caribbean and the Americas. Her solo exhibition Window on Memory, curated by Dr. Patsy Lewis (Director of CLACS), presents mixed-media sculptures that reflect the resilience, survival, and creativity of individuals and communities in the postcolonial. Window on Memory closes the 2021–2023 Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar “Rethinking the Dynamic Interplay of Migration, Race, and Ethnicity in the Caribbean and Latin America.”

    The exhibition will be open from April 27, 2023 - June 18, 2023
    Cohen Gallery hours:
    Monday–Friday 9am–10pm
    Saturday 12pm–6pm
    Sunday 12pm–8pm

    Arts, Performance