From Icon to Icon-graphic: Martin Luther King, Jr. in a Post Print World | Stanford L Warren Branch Library | Page: Lectures Etc. | Indy Week
This is a past event.

From Icon to Icon-graphic: Martin Luther King, Jr. in a Post Print World 

When: Thu., Jan. 14, 7 p.m. 2016
The image of Martin Luther King, Jr. is often portrayed in Southern and African American homes as a type of religious icon usually alongside President John F. Kennedy and Jesus. What does contemporary iconography mean in the age of Facebook, the Internet and “selfies”? Join Dr. Joseph Winters, Duke University Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and printer/printmaker Bill Fick of Supergraphic for a discussion



Subscribe to this thread:

Add a review

INDY Week publishes all kinds of comments, but we don't publish everything.

  • Comments that are not contributing to the conversation will be removed.
  • Comments that include ad hominem attacks will also be removed.
  • Please do not copy and paste the full text of a press release.

Roll over stars and click to rate.

Permitted HTML:
  • To create paragraphs in your comment, type <p> at the start of a paragraph and </p> at the end of each paragraph.
  • To create bold text, type <b>bolded text</b> (please note the closing tag, </b>).
  • To create italicized text, type <i>italicized text</i> (please note the closing tag, </i>).
  • Proper web addresses will automatically become links.

© 2018 Indy Week • 320 E. Chapel Hill St., Suite 200, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
RSS Feeds | Powered by Foundation