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Public Programs - Hispanic Heritage Month, 2008

De Furia y Redención: El Arte de: / Of Rage and Redemption: The Art of
Oswaldo Guayasamín

Schmidt Center Gallery

September 19 - December 6, 2008


Friday, September 19, 12 Noon
Holiday Inn Town Center, Boca Raton

Southeast Conference on Andean and Amazonian Studies**
Keynote Address by Dr. Regina Harrison
Insistent Images: Machu Pichu as Icon
**Conference Registration and Lunch purchase required
Call Isabelle Schmidt for details: 561-297-3860

Friday, September 19, 6:30-9:30 pm, Schmidt Center Gallery
Exhibition Opening Lecture & Reception
Of Rage and Redemption: The Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín
Exhibition Viewing, 6:30 - 6:55 pm
Pre-Opening Lecture, 7 pm,
Galo Mora, Republic of Ecuador's Minister of Culture
Reception& Exhibition Viewing with acoustic music by Kuyayky

Saturday, September 20, Noon
Holiday Inn Town Center, Boca Raton
Southeast Conference on Andean and Amazonian Studies**
Keynote Address by Dr. Norman Whitten
Interculturality and the Indigenization of Modernity:
A view from Amazonian Ecuador
* Conference registration and lunch purchase required
Call Isabelle Schmidt for details: 561-297-3860

Saturday, October 4, 8 pm, University Theatre
(adjacent to Schmidt Center Gallery)
A concert by Kuyayky, a family musical group, originally
formed in Peru during the 1970's and transplanted to Miami
in the 1990's. Kuyayky, "to love" in Quechua, believe in the
importance of fostering the social, political, cultural and economic
development of humanity. Their music blends traditional
Andean music with contemporary innovation.
Exhibition open 1/2 hour before and after concert.

Thursday, October 9, 7 pm, Schmidt Center Gallery
Andean Poetry Reading: An evening of bi-lingual poetry
reading presented by undergraduate and graduate students
from the Spanish Studies program.

Thursday, October 16, 7 pm, AL 189 (Schmidt Center Gallery)
Lecture by Michele Greet, Assistant Professor of Art
History at George Mason University
Art in the Andean World of Oswaldo Guayasamín
Dr. Greet examines Guayasamín in the context of modern art
and other Ecuadorian artists. She presents Indigenism not as
style or theme, but rather as a constantly shifting strategy
for interacting with an increasingly international art world.

Friday, October 17, 3:30 pm, Schmidt Center Gallery
Gallery Talk by Michele Greet, Assistant Professor of
Art History at George Mason University

ECUADORIAN FILM SERIES (exhibition open before & after screenings)
Wednesday, October 22, 7 pm, PA 101 (Schmidt Center Gallery)
Ratas, ratones, rateros (Sebastián Cordero, 1999),
Cordero's first feature film follows in the Ecuadorian and Latin American
social realism tradition of. Ratas invokes similar themes, images, and
aesthetics seen in other recent Latin American films such as
Rodrigo D. No futuro, Ciudade de Deus and Amores Perros.


Wednesday, October 29, 7 pm, PA 101 (Schmidt Center Gallery)
Que tan lejos (Tania Hermida, 2006)
This first feature film by Tania Hermida who worked on the award-winning films
Cronicas (2004) and Maria Full of Grace (2004), is a road movie shot in the
majestic Ecuadorian Andes.

Wednesday, November 5, 7 pm, PA 101 (Schmidt Center Gallery)

Primer día
(Galo Recalde, 2001) and
El poeta suicida (Darwin Robles, 1998).
Miami-based Ecuadorian film-makers present their short films.
Both Directors will present for a post-screening discussion.

Images: (clockwise from top left) Guayasamín's  Rigoberta Menchú, 1994; Guayasamin's Quito de la Nube Negra (Quito of the black Cloud), 1988; Kuyayky (Ecuadorian Family Band) Concert Image.

De Furia y Redención: El Arte de: Oswaldo Guayasamín / Of Rage and Redemption: The Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín

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