Thursday, October 21, 2021 - 4:15pm - 5:15pm
248 N 3rd St, Classroom 121
Emilio Rojas

 An Artist Lecture by Emilio Rojas and Exhibition Reception

Thursday, October 21, 4:15–6:30 PM (in-person)

248 N. 3rd St., Classroom 121, with an exhibition reception to follow on Ahart Plaza between Buck Hall and the Williams Visual Arts Building (rain location: Lobby of the Williams Visual Arts Building)

Join Lafayette College Art Galleries for an artist lecture by Emilio Rojas whose traveling survey exhibition is on view in Grossman Gallery of the Williams Visual Arts Building and throughout Lafayette Campus in 248 N. 3rd St., the gardeHouse, Farinon College Center, Williams Center for the Arts, and Skillman Library, from September 2–November 13, 2021. Rojas will discuss the last ten years of his artistic practice working across media including photography, performance, installation, video, and poetry. The lecture will explore, in Rojas' words, his engagement with a “postcolonial ethical imperative to uncover, investigate, and make visible and audible undervalued or disparaged sites of knowledge, narratives, and individuals.”



Sponsored by: 
Lafayette Art Galleries, CaPA, PA Council on the Arts, Northampton County Historial & Genealogical Society