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The Art of Elizabeth Catlett from the Collection of Samella Lewis
Widely recognized as one of the more important artists of the 20thcentury, Elizabeth Catlett (1915 – 2012) was a printmaker and sculptor whose career spanned more than 6 decades.
The Art of Elizabeth Catlett comprises prints and sculpture created between 1946 and 1996, exploring the many themes that permeate Catlett’s work: social and racial justice, motherhood, and the Black-American experience; and includes works by Catlett’s husband Francisco Mora and student and long-time friend, Samella Lewis.
This exhibition was organized by Landau Travelling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, California.
Image: There’s A Woman in Every Color, 1975, Elizabeth Catlett
Free and open to the public
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NOONTIME LECTURE SERIES @ THE CANTOR
All Lectures meet at the Cantor Art Gallery at 12.15pm
Professor Nadine M. Knight, Africana Studies and English Department
Visions of Black Motherhood in the Black Arts Movement
Professors Susan Schmidt and Michael Beatty, Visual Arts Department
Elizabeth Catlett: A Conversation on her Sculptures and Prints
Ana Ugarte, Assistant Professor, Spanish Department
Health Humanities and Art: Catlett, ADAL, and the Other(ed) Body
Dr. Meredith Fluke, Director, Cantor Art Gallery
The Art of Elizabeth Catlett: A Curator’s Perspective
CANTOR GALLERY CONCERT
Jan Muller-Szeraws and Brooks Scholar Joe Cracolici
Cantor Art Gallery | 12.15
1 College Street, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA 01610
Limited parking may be available on Linden Lane through the main gate, or visitors may proceed up College Street to find additional parking by taking a left through Gate 7 at the top of the hill.
Parking is to the right of the Hogan Campus Center (the second building on the left with the large silver cross on it). Proceed on foot down the stairs to the right of the Campus Center. At the bottom of the stairs, head left toward the library. Follow the steps to the right of the library down to Linden Lane. O’Kane Hall, the building with the clock tower, will be on the right. Proceed up the stairs in front of the building. The Cantor Art Gallery will be facing you as soon as you enter through the doors.
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