The Japan Center at Stony Brook sponsored Dr. Andrew Campana, assistant professor of modern and contemporary Japanese literature and media at Cornell University, to speak on Japanese poetry in the digital age through his work on Nov. 16.
On Sept. 28, Dr. Dong-Yeon Koh, an established art critic from South Korea, held a discussion in the Humanities building on her book, “The Postmemory Generation in South Korea: Contemporary Korean Arts and Films on the Memories of the Korean War.”
Hosted by the Center for Italian Studies, artists B. Amore and Luci Callipari Marcuzzo visited Stony Brook University on Sept. 20 for a discussion titled, “Tracing the Threads of Migration and Female Narratives of the Italian Diaspora.”
Open from July 21 to Oct. 29, the group exhibition “Connecting the Drops: The Power of Water” is on display at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery. The most recent event at the gallery was “Weekly Ice Melts” on Sept. 16.
Equal parts education, art and entertainment, the Museum of Sex draws attendees in with its playful advertising and taboo subject nature, with an interior that sparks thoughtful conversation about a wide range of topics.
“I Am At War” explores the symbolic role of objects in Catholicism and art history. Donato, a devout Catholic, says his work…at Stony Brook has evaluated sanctity, objects and whether faith can exist outside the Catholic Church.
In collaboration with the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, the Stony Brook University Libraries hosted a lecture presented by Lewis Kachur on the nuances of early New York surrealism that took the idea to the next level.
Stony Brook art professor Nobuho Nagasawa opened an interactive art exhibition about the cycle of life and the unprecedented challenges of the coronavirus pandemic at the Westwood Gallery in the Bowery District of New York City on Aug. 19.
On April 10, the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery held an environmentally themed presentation with guest artist Annemarie Waugh, whose work is currently on display at the Zuccaire Gallery in Four: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2021.