Enrique Chagoya’s latest Stanford exhibition explores ethnicity and immigration

Enrique Chagoya’s latest Stanford exhibition explores ethnicity and immigration

The exhibition’s title is “Detention at the Border of Language.” My name is Enrique Chagoya. I am a professor here in the Department of Art and Art History. And I am an artist. [MUSIC PLAYING] I don’t like talking about the specific narratives in my specific works because they’re a little bit open to the…Continue reading Enrique Chagoya’s latest Stanford exhibition explores ethnicity and immigration

4.1.2.  The collections in the Iraq Museum

4.1.2. The collections in the Iraq Museum

The Iraq museum collection consists of findings from archaeological excavation conducted since the beginning of the 20th century. To the findings from the archeological excavation, we must add the collection of Islamic findings previously exhibited, since the thirties, the Abbasid Palace and at the Khan Mirjan of Baghdad. This makes the Museum of Baghdad a…Continue reading 4.1.2. The collections in the Iraq Museum

Cleveland Institute of Art: Student Independent Exhibition 2019

Cleveland Institute of Art: Student Independent Exhibition 2019

Hi. I’m Nikki Woods, and I’m the Director of the Reinberger Gallery at the Cleveland Institute of Art. And we’re here setting up for the 73rd Annual Student Independent Exhibition. SIE is a wonderful tradition in which CIA students plan and market the exhibition and choose the jurors who select the artwork. This year, you’ll…Continue reading Cleveland Institute of Art: Student Independent Exhibition 2019