Kim and Sigal plan to preserve and develop the Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art as a sustainable summer residency art program for undergraduate seniors. Kim and Sigal hope to engage with the town of Norfolk to help position the area as a regional art center, while emphasizing interdisciplinary public programming and fostering an evolving leadership approach within the program.
The Ethics of Color is a thematic program that will include a series of public lectures covering divergent topics such as the language of color theory coupled with human rights legislation and more.
The roster of speakers will influence the student’s summer dialogue.
*Dates 5/23, 5/30, 6/7, 6/13, 6/20
All lectures are held at 7pm at Yale Norfolk School of Art, Battell House with receptions to follow.
Free and open to the public
Yale Norfolk School of Art, established in 1948, is an intensive 6 week undergraduate summer residency program for young artists. *
The Ethics of Color Lecture series is made possible by Norfolk Foundation Inc.