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New Sources in the History of Music Theory

Workshop

New Sources in the History of Music Theory

This event will help editors and contributors to a forthcoming volume on the global history of music theory workshop drafts and identify next steps.

This two-day workshop, organized by the Thinking Music research project at the Neubauer Collegium, will bring together an international group of scholars who are collaborating on a forthcoming volume and digital project about the global history of music theory. Discussions will focus on project updates, workshopping draft entries, strategies for addressing editorial challenges, and priorities for next steps.

This event is closed to the public, for invited participants only.

Neubauer Collegium

This event will help editors and contributors to a forthcoming volume on the global history of music theory workshop drafts and identify next steps.

Otolith Group: Opening Reception

Exhibition Opening

Otolith Group: Opening Reception

The London-based collective present a new moving-image work powered by research into science fiction and transnationalism.

The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society will present a new moving-image work by The Otolith Group, the London-based collective founded in 2002 by Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar. The collective's films, installations, and performances are powered by extensive research into the histories of science fiction and the legacies of transnationalism. This exhibition will coincide with the presentation of a major new mural commissioned for Art Institute of Chicago’s Griffin Court as a prelude to Project a Black Planet: The Art and Culture of Panafrica.

Neubauer Collegium

The London-based collective present a new moving-image work powered by research into science fiction and transnationalism.

Betye Saar: Opening Reception

Exhibition Opening

Betye Saar: Opening Reception

This exhibition will hinge on Saar's experiments with “wearable” art, bringing into focus her gradual shift from costume design to collage.

The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society will present an exhibition by Betye Saar, a key figure in the Black Arts Movement of the 1970s. Inspired by the transformative memory of Saar’s visit to the African collections of Chicago’s Field Museum in the mid-1970s, this exhibition will hinge on the artist’s experiments with “wearable” art, bringing into focus her gradual shift from working in costume design toward the instantly recognizable collage aesthetic she is justly feted for to this day.

Neubauer Collegium

This exhibition will hinge on Saar's experiments with “wearable” art, bringing into focus her gradual shift from costume design to collage.