December 5, 2019

Walk Back to Your Body: Peng Wu

Audience members sit on pillows in a dark Target Studio Gallery lit only by lamp-light. Warm light emits from lamps installed all over the gallery. Peng Wu and Dr. Michael Howell discuss their research.

Last fall, four artists and five medical researchers embarked on interdisciplinary collaborations that have led to new cultural perspectives on complex medical questions. This series of blog posts is meant to highlight their processes before the culmination of these collaborations, taking place in the Target Studio on December 5. More info about that event here >>…

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December 2, 2019

Walk Back to Your Body: Anna Marie Shogren

A dancer in a costume constrcuted of white medical gloves holds a seated audience member's hand above their head with during the Lifelong Choreographies performance.

Last fall, four artists and five medical researchers embarked on interdisciplinary collaborations that have led to new cultural perspectives on complex medical questions. This series of blog posts is meant to highlight their processes before the culmination of these collaborations, taking place in the Target Studio on December 5. More info about that event here >>…

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November 25, 2019

Walk Back to Your Body: Yuko Taniguchi

Arist Yuko Taniguchi and Dr. Kathryn Cullen pose for a portrait during the "Pieces We Hold" workshop.

Last fall, four artists and five medical researchers embarked on interdisciplinary collaborations that have led to new cultural perspectives on complex medical questions. This series of blog posts is meant to highlight their processes before the culmination of these collaborations, taking place in the Target Studio on December 5. More info about that event here >>…

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November 21, 2019

Walk Back to Your Body: Alison Hiltner

Bowl holding pink jelly substance with white electronic probes.

Last fall, four artists and five medical researchers embarked on interdisciplinary collaborations that have led to new cultural perspectives on complex medical questions. This series of blog posts is meant to highlight their processed before the culmination of these collaborations, taking place in the Target Studio on December 5. More info about that event here >>…

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November 19, 2019

Walk Back to Your Body: Dr. Timothy Schacker

Dancers of all ages who wear hospital gowns with plastic gloves attatched are watched by a seated audience in the Target Studio Gallery at the Weisman.

  Last fall, four artists and five medical researchers embarked on interdisciplinary collaborations that, like Shogren and Talley’s project, Lifelong Choreographies (pictured above), have led to new cultural perspectives on complex medical questions. This series of blog posts is meant to highlight their processed before the culmination of these collaborations, taking place in the Target Studio on…

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November 19, 2019

Native American Heritage Month: Maria and Julian Martinez

Sheen black pear-shaped pot with matte black geometric design on the upper half of the pot.

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we are featuring Indigenous artists and their work that we hold in our permanent collection on our blog, social media, and Collection Highlight E-Newsletters. Our intention is to both recognize the varied contributions of Indigenous artists while acknowledging how their works are disproportionately underrepresented in museum collections nationwide,…

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November 5, 2019

Native American Heritage Month: Wendy Red Star, Star Wallowing Bull, and Julie Buffalohead

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we are featuring Indigenous artists and their work that we hold in our permanent collection on our blog, social media, and Collection Highlight E-Newsletters. Our intention is to both recognize the varied contributions of Indigenous artists while acknowledging how their works are disproportionately underrepresented in museum collections nationwide,…

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October 14, 2019

Palms to Pines: What a River Weaves

  Monique Verdin is a multidisciplinary artist who has been working with the complex interconnectedness of environment, economics, culture, climate, and change along the Gulf South for decades. She is one of two artists comprising the The Big River Continuum, an initiative that turns the Mississippi River in its entirety into a platform for creative collaboration.  …

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