Kristin Powers Nowlin
Artist, Manhattan, KS
November 10 & 12, 2015 | 1:00 – 4:30 pm
Wriston Art Center #105 | Free and open to the public
Public Lecture at 4:30pm on Wednesday, November 11 in Wriston Auditorium. Reception to follow.
Program Description: Nowlin’s artwork represents the various ways that popular, scientific, and academic cultures use to identify race. Skin color, hair type and color, facial features, and bloodline have all been explored and exploited as ways to include or exclude people from one category or another.
Sponsored by The Paper Fox Printmaking Workshop, Fine Arts Colloguium, and the Art & Art History Department