Visiting Artist Chawne Kimber, Jan. 22
January 20, 2020
Dr. Chawne Kimber will be on campus this week to meet with students and give a public lecture. Dr. Kimber is an artist who uses “the quilt medium to respond to current race-related social justice issues.” Her quilts have been exhibited nationally, appearing in thirty exhibitions in the last five years alone, including the Museum of Design (Atlanta, GA) and multiple iterations of the International Quilt Festival (Houston, TX). Her award-winning quilt The One for Eric G. is in the permanent collection of the Michigan State University Museum.
Dr. Kimber is Professor of Mathematics and Department Head of Mathematics at Lafayette College in Easton, PA.
Round table discussion with art students
Wednesday, January 22, 2:35-4:00pm, Smith Gallery. This will be a casual, drop-in style event. Feel free to stop in to join the conversation for as much or as little time as you are able.
Public artist lecture
Wednesday, January 22, 6:00pm, Turchin Center Lecture Hall
For more information about Dr. Kimber, visit: