Tag: Slow Art Day

Student Creativity Fuels New Book

Last March, Associate Professor Sharony Green signed a book contract with Routledge for Teaching Public History in Alabama: About (Public) Face, a work that intends to build upon her students’ responses to her efforts to help them reenvision our shared historical spaces, as well explore the ways in which Green was unintentionally and intentionally taught history using the public spaces around her. In the work, Green will reflect upon how that push for a more immersive historical experience not only […]

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Slow Art Day 2023: Of Canals, AfroFuturism & Empire

Join Dr. Sharony Green and students from her HY 103, 104, and 306 courses for Slow Art Day 2023 at the Gorgas House Museum. This year’s exhibit is entitled, “Of Canals, AfroFuturism & Empire.” º Slow Art Day pop-up installation 1-3 PM, April 14, 2023 º Visual Component online April 15, 2023 Slowly digest images of William Crawford Gorgas visiting the Panama Canal; a digital mash up of the 1927 motion picture Metropolis (the first sci-fi film); a Janelle Monae […]

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