JadaTalks Presents: The Death of Postmodernism and the Birth of Metamodernism
During Paris Art Week, JadaTalks presents a conversation on The Death of Postmodernism and the Birth of Metamodernism. Postmodernism brought forth a wealth of new, exciting ideas that carried us through the latter half of the 20th century. Taking into account the irony, skepticism, and post-structural concepts of Postmodernism, Metamodernism brings the conversation between the old and the new forward by considering concepts such as the structure of feeling and the idea of a new sincerity that goes beyond irony. Tune in on October 23, 2020 at Noon EST to hear from our guest speaker Suzanne Khalil, Ph.D. and co-founder of Jada, Jonatas during this online and live streaming art conversation.
Artist, scholar, researcher…enlivener of the human experience. She holds a PHD and a Master’s degree from Arizona State University in Cognitive Science and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Visual Arts as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from The Ohio State University. Suzie has lived in the Southwest, Southeast, Midwest, and Northeast and calls the Pacific Northwest “home” as she enjoys life in Portland, Oregon.
Brazilian-American symbolist artist, academic, public speaker, and published author. Graduated from The University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Latin, American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Florida International University.
Join us on October 22-25 for Paris Art Week! Jada Art Fair at Gallery 7 in Paris, France. JadaTalks seminar streamed live by American writer Samuel Loetscher.
October 22nd (Thursday)
•Live Streaming of the Paris Art Show Opening Exhibition – (Noon EST)
Guest speakers: Jonatas and Suzanne Khalil, Ph.D.
Guest speakers: Cheselyn Amato; Jonatas; Suzanne Khalil, Ph.D.
Broward College’s AHCD Pathway, Student Life & Presents National Hispanic Heritage Month. Join us for a Discussion Series featuring Latino artists, authors, musicians, and trend-setters, to honor the cultural contributions of Hispanic & Latino Americans.