All Talk AND Action: Black Power in Art
This candid panel discussion will explore themes exemplified by the significant works of David Clyde Driskell, Barkley L. Hendricks, and Kerry James Marshall currently on view in Art and Identity, as well as the stories shared in Through Our Eyes.
Panelists include: Dr. Mary E. Dillard, Professor of African History and Global Studies and Director of Graduate Studies in Women’s History at Sarah Lawrence College; award-winning visual artist and designer Ron Norsworthy; and New York Times photographer Dana Scruggs, founder of SCRUGGS Magazine and the first Black photographer to shoot the cover of Rolling Stone.
Moderated by Cathleen Harvey Wiggins, Director of the Museum Education Program at Bank Street College of Education and long-time lead consultant for the non-profit organization Cool Culture.
Followed by a meet and greet with the panelists and a tour of the exhibitions led by HRM Junior Docents. Recommended for teens and adults.
Support provided by Art Bridges.