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A Tour of the World in 6 Artworks: Viyé Diba: Art, Ecology, and Global Commerce in Dakar, Senegal
Start Date: 2/3/2022Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Date: 2/3/2022End Time: 2:00 PM
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The Global Student Certificate Program at the Weissman Center for International Business presents the second series of masterclasses in the arts, A Tour of the World in Six Artworks.

This series of 6 masterclasses by art historians will connect world cultures with the fine arts, to see if we can find an alternate way to become globally-accomplished students. For Baruch students who wish to in order to operate at the highest echelons of business and industry, a working knowledge of art history and culture will be indispensable.

The fourth event in the 2021-22 series is given by Dana Liljegren, PhD candidate in Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center.

"Viyé Diba: Art, ecology, and global commerce in Dakar, Senegal"

This presentation examines the recent mixed-media art of Viyé Diba (b. 1954) in relation to issues of urban development, commerce, and the environment. As an internationally acclaimed artist, professor, and scholar of urban geography, Diba is a key figure within the discourse of contemporary African art.

Register for this event and the other events in the series at 

See more information about the series at

The events are free and open to the Baruch community. 

Contact Information:
Name: Sarah Demetz
Phone: 646.312.2073
Viye Diba art installation
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