Directors' Lecture Series: Belinda Tate Kalamazoo Inst. Of Art

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The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art and the N'Namdi Atelier proudly present the "DIRECTORS' LECTURE SERIES"

In the coming months, the N'Namdi Center will be hosting a series of talks led by museum and cultural institution directors from Detroit and abroad.

Our second lecture will be by BELINDA TATE, Executive Director of the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (Kalamazoo, MI).

UPCOMING LECTURES
Sept. 29 - Andrew Blauvelt (Cranbrook Art Museum)
Date TBA - Salvador Salort-Pons (Detroit Institute of Art)

- Stay tuned for more dates and lecturers to be announced! -

Part of the N’Namdi Center’s ongoing Atelier project to provide Detroit and area residents educational arts programming.

Made possible by a grant from the Knight Foundation, with supporting grants from the Kresge Foundation and the Erb Foundation.

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MORE ABOUT BELINDA TATE:

Belinda Ann Tate came to Kalamazoo in 2014 after 15 years as director of the Diggs Gallery at Winstom-Salem State University, one of the nation's top African American art galleries. Ms. Tate received her undergraduate degree in Art History/Museum Studies from Yale University, and her MA in Liberal Studies from Wake Forest University. She has traveled extensively to more than 17 countries in Europe and Africa, and served as a Fulbright-Hayes Fellow, evaluating South African public education a decade after the end of apartheid. From 2013-2016, she served as an at-large Commissioner of African American Heritage for the State of North Carolina.
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By: N'Namdi Center For Contemporary Art