Podcast: FATE Lecture with Okwui Enwezor
April 12, 2009
Award-winning international curator and artistic director Okwui Enwezor delivered the keynote address on April 3 for the CONFLUENCE 2009 Foundations in Art: Theory & Education (FATE) Biennial Conference.
Pacific Northwest College of Art professor and FATE conference co-chair Mary Preis delivered the keynote introduction.
FATE is a national association dedicated to the promotion of excellence in the development and teaching of college-level foundation courses in both studio and art history.
Listen to Enwezor’s lecture entitled “Studio, Lab, Study and the World: Art and Education in a Global World.”
Read PORT’s April 24 “interview”:http://www.portlandart.net/archives/2009/04/interview_with_4.html with Enwezor.
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