Call for Photographs: Submission Deadline 1/29/2020

CALL FOR PHOTOGRAPHS: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN SAARC NATIONS The call is open to all but should have photos taken in only in the South Asian region. SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 29th, 2020 The South Asian Journal of Law, Policy, and Social Research & The Exhibition on Gender-based Violence in South Asia, Curated by Prof. (Dr.) Farhat Basir Khan, invites submissions of photographs / photo features on the topic Send your submissions to photoexhibition@jmi.ac.in The Editorial Board of the South Asian Journal of Law, Policy, and Social Research (SAJLPSR), in cooperation with the Susan B. Anthony Center at the University of Rochester and Prof. Farhat Basir Khan at Jamia Millia Islamia, invites th

Inside the Studio of Colleen Buzzard

By Colleen Buzzard I’ve been making art since the 1980’s. I began at Reed College in the ceramics studio in my spare time and eventually took some art classes at Boston University and Mass College of Art. When I moved to London, England I was making large scale ceramic installations but with the birth of my second child I made a sharp turn to drawing. I loved the immediacy of work on paper and a process that seemed to have a more direct connection to my thinking. One day walking into the studio I had the sensation of walking into my mind. That experience gave rise to a small immersive room I call the Language Lab. A collection of found objects, art works, and drawings create a mix of or

Frontispace presents: Granularities by Colleen Buzzard

January 15 – February 21, 2020 Artist Talk TBA Frontispace is at the entrance to the Art and Music Library Rush Rhees Library, University of Rochester Hours can be found here: https://www.library.rochester.edu/hours/24963 Frontispace is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Colleen Buzzard, Granularities. For Colleen, drawn lines map terrain, both physical and mental. A single line set in motion marks a thought in action. In her work, she looks at the relationship of lines on planes to drawing in space. Planes, lines, and shadows become architectural elements in the material world, and the threshold between two dimensions and three points back to the scaffolds of our thinking. Colleen

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