March 18: Paul Jones Lecture
Artist Jonathan Green featured in Paul R. Jones Annual Lecture
8:08 a.m., March 4, 2014--Artist Jonathan Green will be featured in the University of Delaware’s Paul R. Jones Annual Lecture to be held at 5 p.m., Tuesday, March 18, in the Gore Recital Hall of the Roselle Center for the Arts.
For the Jones Lecture, Green will join Gabrielle Foreman, UD’s Ned Allen Professor of English; Lynnette Overby, UD professor of theatre; poet Glenis Redmond; Vincent Thomas, Towson University professor of dance; choreographer Teresa Emmons; composer Ralph Russell; and undergraduate research scholar Audrey Wright.
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They will speak about the collaboration that produced the research, poetry, choreography and compositions that inform the choreographic suite, All My Relations.
Green's 1998 series of paintings about the life of David Drake, also known as Dave the Potter, served as an important inspiration for this collaboration.
Video and live performance will be a part of the symposium.
For more information about the All My Relations project, visit the website.
The lecture memorializes UD benefactor Paul R. Jones, who donated a large number of works by African American artists to the University in 2001. Some of those works are on view through June 28 in the “FreshPAINT: African American Art at UD” exhibition in the Mechanical Hall Gallery.