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January 24, 2018

Art Now! Presents: Jessica Patricia Kichoncho Karuhanga

Date:
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
Museum London Lecture Theatre
421 Ridout Street North
London, ON
Cost:
Free

Art Now! Speakers' Series Presents Art in the Public Sphere Winter 2018 

With Special Guest Jessica Patricia Kichoncho Karuhanga, Artist

LOCATION: Museum London Lecture Theatre

  • 6:30 PM: Tour of "Embodiment" with Curator Cassandra Getty
  • 7:30PM: Artist Talk with Jessica Patricia Kichoncho Karuhanga
  • 8:30PM: Q&A

Jessica Patricia Kichoncho Karuhanga is an artist working through drawing, movement and video. She has presented her work at the Art Museum at University of Toronto (2017) Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (2016) and Goldsmiths, London (2016). She has performed lectures for The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Royal Ontario Museum as well as Harvard University and Tisch School of the Arts at NYU’s Black Portraitures Series. Her writing has been published by BlackFlash Magazine and C Magazine. She has been featured in esse, CBC, and Canadian Art. Forthcoming, she has exhibitions at Onsite Gallery, Museum London and a curatorial project at Trinity Square Video. She earned her BFA from Western University and her MFA from University of Victoria. Jessica Karuhanga lives and works in Toronto, Canada.

Jessica Karuhanga, drawing, movement, video (BFA Western University; MFA University of Victoria).  Jessica Karuhanga will speak about her art practice and inclusion in the current Museum London exhibition of Canadian women’s art Embodiment, and discuss her work with Colin Carney.

The Department of Visual Arts at Western University is pleased to present the Art in the Public Sphere series of speakers and exhibitions. This important series provides unique opportunities to engage with local, national, and international artists, curators, and scholars. All events hosted at Western University are free and are open to the public. The Winter 2018 series is organized by Prof. Colin Carney as part of ongoing academic offerings at the Department of Visual Arts at Western University. 

Host:
Department of Visual Arts
Contact:
Colin Carney - Professor
ccarney@uwo.ca
519-661-2111 x80078
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