San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
On September 22, 2013, a tribute to the pioneering spirit and talent of the renowned Ethiopian painter and educator, Skunder Boghossian, will be celebrated at the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to speakers from the United States and abroad and ask questions following each panel, view video clips of Skunder’s works, listen to jazz compositions that inspired him, and have informal conversations with the guest scholars and artists during the reception.
Symposium:12-7:00pm | Reception:7:00-10:00pm (ADVANCED TICKET SALE ONLY.)
Welcome Remarks by Dr. Aida Boghossian
Dr. Floyd Coleman | Achamyeleh Debela | Solomon Deressa | Wendy Wilson Fall
Jarvis Grant | Martha Jackson-Jarvis | Dr. Leslie King-Hammond | Gediyon Kifle
Sofia Kifle | Clayton Lang | Ron LeGrand | E. Ethelbert Miller | EJ Montgomery |
James Phillips | Tom Porter | A.B. Spellman | Danyo Syoum | Kebedech Tekleab | Tesafaye Tessema
Interview with Quincy Troupe, author of MILES & ME and AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MILES DAVIS with Quincy Troupe
RSVP BY SEPTEMBER 15 FOR 100 FREE TICKETS for Washington Metro area college students and recent graduates majoring in the arts and humanities, social sciences and international relations. Space is limited.
For more information about the symposium scholarships for students, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202.500.6074 to RSVP.
Corcoran Gallery of Art
500 17th Street Northwest
CELEBRATION OF ART & CULTURE
Skunder Boghossian. Ethiopian painter, opened the door to a deeper understanding of Africa and world-class contemporary art during his 25+ years as professor at Howard University.
Join us in launching the Skunder Boghossian Fellowship. YOUR donation of $5, $10 or more will help us reach our goal in presenting 4 Fellowship awards to Washington DC metro college interns on September 22.
This fellowship will introduce students majoring in the arts, humanities and social sciences to the world of development as well as discovering how the arts can be used as a tool for empowerment in development. During the internship experience, the selected interns will work on different projects, but will ultimately collaborate to develop a final presentation that will tie their work together. Interns will present their final product at the upcoming Skunder Tribute. Further, students will attend appropriate lectures and engage in research that will further enrich their internship experience.