In Between the Middle
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In Between the Middle An inaugural exhibition curated by the #notwhite collective
In Between the Middle
An inaugural exhibition curated by the #notwhite collective
WE are a group of eleven women artists elevating the stories of the others. Those of us who do not fit neatly in the consensus boxes; neatly in cultural categories.
WE are bi/multi-racial/cultural, immigrant or descendants of immigrants. Over the past two years, we have met to share, to question, to investigate, dig deep into what identity is within and outside the construct and context of white—notView more
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Opening Reception: Friday, January 12th 6 – 8 pm
Rafael Abreu-Canedo, Carolina Acero, Rafaela Acero, Fernando Acero, Anup Aryal, Jose Alban, Sarah Aziz, Di-ay Batad, Corey Carrington, Francis Cleetus, Veronica Corpuz, Heather Cowie, Sheila Cueffer-Shaffer, Christiane Dolores, Amber Epps, Fran Flaherty, Geña, Sarika Goulatia, Max Gonzalez, Miguel Hoyas, Zena Ruiz, Carolina Loyola-Garcia, Liana Maneese, Maritza Mosquera, Ryan Mosquera-Laib, Maggie Negrete, Maybe Jairan Sadeghi, Christina Springer, Sara Tang, Eddie Vilega and Jaina Warren.
Opening Reception Events:
6 pm doors open
7:30 pm Lecture: Dr. Tim Flaherty “Betweeness: the Mathematics of being between”
“What does it mean for an object A to be between objects B and C? This introductory talk will review the notion of distance – first in the ordinary sense, measured in familiar terms such as inches or miles. Then distance will be considered in more abstract terms, as considered in many applications in mathematics. Can we define the distance between arbitrary objects? Yes! We’ll consider the idea of betweeness in general; for example, what would it mean to be between an apple and a banana?”
Tim Flaherty has been teaching mathematics for over 25 years. He has published several books in Calculus and Linear Algebra. He is also an ultra-marathon runner, recently completed his first 100 mile race. He lives in Allison Park with his wife Fran and their sons, Liam, Sean, & Lucas.
711 S 21st St #210, Pittsburgh, PA 15203