Curator's Lecture: Visual Clave: The Expression of the Latino/a Experience through Album Cover Art: 1940 - 90

Thu, 04/11/2019 - 3:30pm

Co-organizers of the Visual Clave exhibition, Phil Scher, UO Professor of Anthropology and Folklore and Public Culture and Divisional Dean for Social Sciences and Pablo E. Yglesias, a Northampton, MA-based Cuban-American researcher, writer, musician, artist, and DJ will speak about how record album art served as an important creative outlet for commentary on urgent cultural and socio-political issues affecting Latin American and Caribbean immigrant communities in the United States.
This public program will be held in the JSMA’s Ford Lecture Hall is co-presented with the CLLAS Spring 2019 Research Presentation Series. Following the lecture there will be live music inspired by the exhibition.