Exhibition Lecture: Victoria Rovine

  • 7:30 PM–8:30 PM

Art Building West, room 240
141 N. Riverside Drive, Iowa City

"Fashion as Fine Art: African Expressions"

Professor Rovine’s lecture will address the innovations of African fashion design. Africa's fashion production, past and present, tells vivid stories about local histories and global networks of goods and images. These garments reveal profound ideas about changing conceptions of tradition, modernity, and the balance of these broad categories in contemporary African cultures.

Rovine is Professor of Art History at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She received her PhD in the history of African art from Indiana University, Bloomington, and served as Curator of African and non-Western art at the University of Iowa Museum of Art from 1995 to 2004.

Lecture support provided through a UI International Programs Major Projects Award.

Cost: Free

Contact: dale-fisher@uiowa.edu

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