Object Lesson with Jordan Barrant

Inextricably linked to Spelman College’s history is object-based learningIn “The Visual Education of Spelman Women,” M. Akua McDaniel, Ph.D. confirms that the College began collecting objects in 1899, less than 20 years after Spelman College was founded. In honor of this 121-year old legacy, the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art presents a series of interdisciplinary lessons inspired by a work of art from the Spelman College Collection. 

Lesson led by Jordan Barrant, C’2022, Teen Programs Intern at Studio Museum in Harlem.  

Image Credit: Firelei Báez (Dominican, born 1981), Of Love Possessed (lessons on alterity for G.D. and F.G at a local BSS), 2016; Acrylic on Yupo Paper, 84 x 56 inches; Purchased with support from Wish Foundation, Inc. and Drs. Sivan and Jeffery Hines in celebration of the Museum’s 20th Anniversary, 2017.1  

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Date

Mar 31 2021
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All Day

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MISSION

To inspire and enrich the Spelman College community and the general public primarily through art by and about women of the African Diaspora.  

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SPELMAN COLLEGE MUSEUM OF FINE ART
in the Camille Olivia Hanks Cosby, Ed.D. Academic Center

Mailing address:
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Atlanta, GA 30314 29201

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Phone: 404.270.5607
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