Archive for February 18, 2011
This morning’s activities in the gallery kicked off what should unfold as an amazing day. Gina’s Team Co-founder and Executive Director Sue Ellen Allen and board member Misty Hyman (Sydney 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist, 200m Butterfly) met with interns of their organization to discuss organization building. Sue Ellen and Misty led them through conversation and brainstorming to help guide them moving forward.
Both groups came together as artist Gregory Sale provided an introduction to his residency project It’s not just black and white. The individuals had an opportunity to meet and discuss the issues of the project with one another through informal conversation.
This afternoon the activities continue to build in the Museum. Angela Ellsworth, her “sister wives“, musicians and DJ are here setting up in the Kresge Gallery in preparation for tonight’s performance; our crew is completing the installation of Re-Thinking the Faculty Exhibition; and the Clay Club is setting up at the Ceramics Research Center for the Silent Auction Benefit.
We look forward to seeing you here tonight !
– John Spiak, Curator
It’s not just black and white is supported a grant from
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
Additional Blog Posts
Angela Davis, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Youth in Detention = Social Practice
Reconnecting – It’s not just black and white
Dream like you mean it: The Mother-Daughter Distance Dance
Another Active Week and the Schedule for April
Waiting for Release, Sentencing Reform & Welcoming Home
Invitation to Join Us for Volunteer Event – GINA’s Team
Inside & Outside – It’s not just black and white
More Similar Than Different + Tent City Jail Tour Opportunity
You can’t move forward until you know where you are
Olympic Gold Medalist, Gina’s Team and PVCC Students!
IT’S NOT JUST BLACK AND WHITE: Gregory Sale – Social Studies Project 6