Pelican Bomb's third Critic-in-Residence Erin Dziedzic presents a lecture at the Propeller Incubator.
Join us on Tuesday, February 3 at 7pm for a lecture with Erin Dziedzic at the Propeller Incubator.
Erin Dziedzic is the third critic to visit New Orleans as part of Pelican Bomb's innovative dual-city residency program. Created in partnership with BURNAWAY in Atlanta, the program invites three critics from throughout the country to travel to New Orleans and Atlanta for weeklong stays. Designed for the critic who prioritizes connection, discussion, and community engagement, residents spend their time in each city connecting with local artists, writers, institutions, and their publics.
Dziedzic is a critic, editor, and Curator and Head of Adult Programs at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri. Dziedzic is the founder of the online contemporary art journal artcore journal, where she is also a contributor. Dziedzic has organized exhibitions at the Savannah College of Art and Design and has contributed essays to numerous exhibition catalogues and books, including those on Steve Locke, Clare Rojas, and Hung Liu. Her critical interests include regionalism, exile, and the immigrant experience.
The Critic-in-Residence program in New Orleans is generously supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Lambent Foundation, and the Joan Mitchell Foundation.
This event is free and open to the public.