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Global Metaphysics of Abstract Painters and Performers

Location: UCB 100

Nanette Carter is a woman of power who specializes in creating art and landscapes that capture the drama of human nature. This free public talk will be held at the University Classroom Building, room 100. It will take place on February 1st, and start the month of Black History Month activities at UH Hilo.

The Black History Month Planning Committee is comprised of faculty, staff, and students from UH Hilo. The co-sponsors include the UH Hilo department of art, history, sociology, and gender and women’s studies; the LBGQT+ Center, the Minority Access and Achievement Program, Office of Equal Opportunity, the Women’s Center, University Housing, and University Dining Services.

For more information, contact: gingerh@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7641

Tags: Black History Month BHM Art Landscapes Lecture MAAP Women Women's Center

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