"What Isn’t Forbidden Is Allowed: Nonconformist Art Between Leningrad and St. Petersburg"
Anastasia Patsey is the Director of Museum of Nonconformist Art, St. Petersburg Art Residency, Art-centre "Pushkinskaya-10," the curator of 2,04 gallery, and an independent international curator. She has been working with IU professors Andrea Stanislav (Eskanazi School of Art and Design) and Sarah Phillips (Russian and East European Institute) on the collaborative Nonconform Project.
During her visit to the IU Bloomington campus, Patsey will meet with faculty and graduate students in both REEI and the Eskanazi School. Her talk will discuss the art center, its history and values, as well as its perspectives and strategies during these turbulent times. She values the opportunity to talk about the current situation and exchange with the students.
If you cannot attend in person, the talk will also be online via Zoom. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org , so that we can send you the link shortly before the talk begins.
Sponsored by the Russian Studies Workshop, the Robert F. Byrnes Russian and East European Institute, and the Eskanazi School of Art, Architecture, and Design.