UNCG Campus Weekly

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Lectures on quilts of Gwen Magee

Linda Brown, professor amerita at Bennett College and author of “Belles of Liberty: Bennett College, Gender, Bennett College, and the Civil Rights Movement,” will lead a discussion of the quilts of Gwendolyn Ann Magee on Thursday, Oct. 9, at 5 p.m. in the Art Department’s Gatewood Gallery, located in the Gatewood Studio Arts Building on Highland Avenue. Parking is available in the lot beside and behind the building.

Dr. Marsha MacDowell, curator of Folk Art at the Michigan State University Museum and professor of Art and Art History will speak on Monday, Oct. 20, at 5 p.m. in the Gatewood Studio Arts Building, Room 204, on “Quilts and Human Rights: A Global View.” A reception will follow in the Gatewood on the first floor, with the opportunity to view the exhibition, Lift Every Voice and Sing: The Quilts of Gwendolyn Ann Magee.

Editor’s note: The location of the MacDowell lecture has been updated, due to room availability.