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Professor George Afedzi Hughes – Upcoming Artist’s Talk at Hallwalls

October 18, 2016  by: Natalie Fleming

Please join Professor George Afedzi Hughes on Wednesday, October 19th for an Artist’s Talk at Hallwalls Event is at 7 PM. Admission is FREE. Hughes’ work uses the history of colonialism as a basis to highlight parallels between that violent history and contemporary global conflicts. ln today’s informational age global occurrences of violence reach us Read More

Collisions: Recent Work by Professor George Hughes Opens Tonight at Indigo Gallery

May 1, 2015  by: Natalie Fleming

Prof. George Hughes @ LACMA – Fútbol: The Beautiful Game

February 3, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

Professor George Hughes‘ work now on view in LACMA‘s current exhibition, Fútbol: The Beautiful Game, which runs from February 2 until July 20, 2014.  Works of art from approximately thirty artists will be on display, brought together in order to examine football and its global significance. LACMA states that the theme of football allows their newest exhibition Read More

Professor George Hughes in Solo Exhibition at Skoto Gallery, NYC

November 20, 2013  by: Natalie Fleming

George Hughes, Brown Rust, 2013, oil on canvas, 39.5 x 49.5 in Skoto Gallery will have an opening reception on Thursday, November 21st, from 6-8pm for its new exhibition Collisions, which displays recent paintings by George Hughes, a professor in the Department of Art. Professor Hughes gave an artist’s statement about his recent work in the gallery’s Read More

“Sum-phusis” | Performance Art by George Hughes

January 29, 2008  by: Dom

Sum-phusis, George Hughes

Friday, February 8, 2008, 7:00p.m. Black Box Theatre (Free admittance) Center for the Arts, University at Buffalo, North Campus “Sum-phusis” is a new performance art work directed by UB Assistant Professor of Painting George Hughes, with choreography by Melanie Aceto, Assistant Professor of Dance. The collaborative possibilities of painting, dance, music, and technology come together Read More

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