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Patterns of Commonality:
Work by Charles Joyner,
Professor of Art & Design,
College of Art & Design, NCSU

September 7, 2007

Long View Gallery

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September 7 - November 24, 2007
Opening Reception: Friday, September 7, 6-9 p.m.
Long View Gallery

The Art of Charles Joyner

Charles Joyner can be classified as an artist who portrays images that document various genres of African-American and African culture. His artwork is a transparency of his life growing up in rural North Carolina that has been strongly influenced by his recent travels in West Africa. Joyner's research relating to customs and traditions of African-American communities and those of West Africa have sparked his innate curiosity about their similarities and differences. His most recent body of work has been invigorated by his research in the visual iconography of Ghana, West Africa.


Wednesday Evening Gallery Talks - 7:00pm

September 26 - Artist Talk


October 24 - Discussion: Why Ghana? Exploring the Linkage and Commonalities
Moderator, Kathleen Rieder, Adjunct Associate Professor, College of Art and Design, NCSU with Theresa Edwards, Assistant Vice Provost for African American Affairs, NCSU; Craig Brookins, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, NCSU; Kofi Boone, Assistant Professor for Landscape Architecture, College of Art and Design, NCSU; Kermit Bailey, Associate Professor of Graphic Design, College of Art and Design, NCSU; and Chandra Cox, Professor of Art and Design, Department Chair of the College of Art and Design, NCSU.


November 8 @ 7:30 - “Speak to the Winds” Exploring our Spiritual Roots
Dr. Lawrence Clark is former Associate Provost at NC State University. He is also former Executive Director of the NC State University Africa Project and Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Education. He is currently Professor of Mathematics at Saint Augustine College were he is also involved in efforts to internationalize Saint Augustine.

Dr. Clark earned both a masters and Ed. D. in Mathematics from the University of Virginia. He joined NC State University in 1974 and served as Associate Provost until 1995. In 1995, Dr. Clark founded the Africa Project and served as the Executive Director until 2000. Under his leadership linkage agreements were established with three universities in Ghana leading to the creation of several exchange programs in education, business, and culture. He also created links with Benin, Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Africa, Togo, and Zimbabwe during his tenure at NC State.

Dr.Shauntae White is an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Mass Communication, NC Central University, Durham, NC. Dr. White earned her Ph. D. from the University of Kansas and has written extensively on African American Rhetoric. She will serve as moderator, interviewing Dr. Clark regarding his role in the Africa Project. She will also discuss with Dr. Clark the topic of our panel "Exploring our Spiritual Roots". Dr. White is the spouse of Dr. Harry White, Pastor of Watts Chapel Baptist Church, Raleigh, NC.