Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies
Mississippi 23 July 1947 Served fried chicken and watermelon (age 15).
Mississippi 23 July 1947 Served fried chicken and watermelon (age 16).
THE MA IN CRITICAL THEORY AND CREATIVE RESEARCH, in conjunction with Theory & Practice: Art & Religion (spring 2013) and Over These Prison Walls (coming, fall 2013),
invites you to a lecture by
followed by a roundtable discussion
PNCA Main Building
CT+CR Headquarters (Room 204)
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Lecture & Roundtable: 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Born in Japan in 1961, artist and OSU professor Julie Green has had twenty-seven solo exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad. She has been featured on National Public Radio and in the New York Times, Ceramics Monthly, and Gastronomica, and recently received the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant for Painters and Sculptors. She is best known for The Last Supper, a project devoted to representing the last-meal requests of US death-row inmates in blue paint on second-hand porcelain plates. Green started work on The Last Supper in the summer of 2000, and intends to continue work on it as long as the death penalty is legal anywhere in the United States. As of this year, the series has grown to more than 500 plates, and is now on exhibit at the Art Gym at Marylhurst University.