In our future, the history of art could be taught as a story—or, rather, stories that embrace the possibility of multiple voices, many frameworks for seeing, and a philosophy of both/and instead of either/or. These are some of the ideas put forth in Storytellers of Art Histories, edited by Alpesh Kantilal Patel and Yasmeen Siddiqui. Join us for a night of non-visual storytelling, where PhD art history candidates from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and Architecture introduce recorded excerpts from some of the anthology’s contributors narrating their stories in their own voices.
Following the presentations, share your own stories of art via a hands-on workshop to screen-print your own conversational tote bag, sparking the exchange of future stories of art!
Organized in conjunction with Jayson Musson: His History of Art.