2018 Anne Hill Blanchard: Uncommon Artists Lecture | New Research on Self-Taught Art of the Caribbean

New Research on Self-Taught Art of the Caribbean

Barbara Paca on Frank Walter

Nancy Josephson on Myrlande Constant

Jacqueline Bishop on Kemel Rankine

The 2018 Anne Hill Blanchard Uncommon Artists Lecture will explore new research on self-taught art of the Caribbean. Speakers include Barbara Paca on Antiguan artist Frank Walter; Nancy Josephson on Haitian artist Myrlande Constant and Haitian Vodou Flags; and Jacqueline Bishop on Jamaican artist Kemel Rankine. Following the lecture, self-taught Jamaican artist Sane Mae “Mama Laine” Dunkley will demonstrate her mat-making techniques and discuss her process with Jacqueline Bishop. Coffee and pastries to start.

The Anne Hill Blanchard Uncommon Artists Lecture Series highlights new and important contributions to the field of folk and self-taught art. The annual series honors the late Anne Hill Blanchard, an inspiring and passionate leader in the field and a devoted supporter of the American Folk Art Museum.











When: Sun., January 21, 2018 at 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Where: American Folk Art Museum
2 Lincoln Square
212-595-9533
Price: $15
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New Research on Self-Taught Art of the Caribbean

Barbara Paca on Frank Walter

Nancy Josephson on Myrlande Constant

Jacqueline Bishop on Kemel Rankine

The 2018 Anne Hill Blanchard Uncommon Artists Lecture will explore new research on self-taught art of the Caribbean. Speakers include Barbara Paca on Antiguan artist Frank Walter; Nancy Josephson on Haitian artist Myrlande Constant and Haitian Vodou Flags; and Jacqueline Bishop on Jamaican artist Kemel Rankine. Following the lecture, self-taught Jamaican artist Sane Mae “Mama Laine” Dunkley will demonstrate her mat-making techniques and discuss her process with Jacqueline Bishop. Coffee and pastries to start.

The Anne Hill Blanchard Uncommon Artists Lecture Series highlights new and important contributions to the field of folk and self-taught art. The annual series honors the late Anne Hill Blanchard, an inspiring and passionate leader in the field and a devoted supporter of the American Folk Art Museum.

Buy tickets/get more info now