Culture Fix: Nayan Shah & Candace Browne on Rina Banerjee
We are bringing the exhibition and our programming to you! Our digital Culture Fix series offers brief explorations of exhibition objects. Enjoy this Culture Fix with USC Professor Nayan Shah and Candace Browne.
The Map and the Territory: Exhibition Titles are Tricky
Exhibition titles are tricky: they must convey what viewers will see in a memorable phrase. The Map and the Territory: 100 Years of Collecting at UCLA is inspired in part by Jorge Luis Borges’s story about gathering and mapping knowledge.
A Look Back: African Print Fashion Now!: A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style
Need additional inspiration at home? Take a look at one of the Fowler’s immensely successful exhibitions, African-Print Fashion Now! A Story of Taste, Globalization, and Style (March 26– July 30, 2017).
Announcing Aboriginal Screen-Printed Textiles from Australia’s Top End
While many Indigenous peoples live and work in small and isolated communities, the traditions that sustain them are vibrant and evolving. Over the past 50 years—a short span by Aboriginal reckoning…
Yoga Streaming Series
Join Nina Jagasia for weekly YinYasa sessions to steady your mind and prioritize self-care during these uniquely stressful times. Fridays at 4:30pm on Instagram Live.
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What’s that Glow?: Material Analysis of Beadwork from Southern Africa
In 2019, the Fowler embarked on a multi-year collaborative research project generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The project combines curatorial and conservation approaches.
A Look Back: Sharing Omulu’s Blessing
During these difficult times, Patrick A. Polk, Fowler Curator of Latin American and Caribbean Popular Arts, reflects on the significance of Brazilian artist Ayrson Heráclito’s (b. 1968) performance of a Candomblé ritual blessing with popcorn (buruburu) on opening night of Axé Bahia: The Power of Art in an Afro-Brazilian Metropolis (September 23, 2017).
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