Conversations On African American Art & Culture

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Join us for a two-part program exploring the past, present, and future of African-American Art. In the morning, Guest Curator Berrisford Boothe facilitates a wide-ranging conversation with an acclaimed group of African-American artists, scholars, and collectors who will reflect on the power of art making to shape how African Americans both see themselves and are seen by the world.

In the afternoon, select exhibition artists will move to the Constructing Identity galleries where they will offer a closer look at their own work within the context of the larger show.

Part I:
10 a.m. – Noon: PANEL DISCUSSION (Whitsell Auditorium)

-Berrisford Boothe, Guest Curator--Constructing Identity, and Professor of Art, Lehigh University
-Barbara Bullock, Artist
-Marita Dingus, Artist
-Bill Hutson, Artist
-Lewis Tanner Moore, Collector & Art Advocate
-Arvie Smith, Artist

Part II:
1–3 p.m.: ARTIST GALLERY TALKS (Constructing Identity Exhibition Galleries)

1:00-1:30 Marita Dingus
1:30-2:00 Bill Hutson
2:00-2:30 Barbara Bullock
2:30-3:00 Arvie Smith

Your ticket may be used for either one or both parts of the program. Please note that very limited seating will be available in the afternoon in the exhibition galleries.
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By: Portland Art Museum

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