Curator Tour of Kindred Worlds
Join Alyssa Alexander, Independent Curator and Arts Administrator, and Karintha Lowe, Mellon Fellow in the Public Humanities, for a tour of Kindred Worlds: The Priscila & Alvin Hudgins Collection. Get an insider’s look into the Hudgins family and their vital legacy of Black American collectorship, and learn how themes of myth, memory, and leisure flow through this formally stunning and historically significant artworks.
Alyssa Alexander is a curator, exhibitions manager, and arts administrator based in Brooklyn. With a background in journalism and critical writing, she is currently building a curatorial practice and pursuing more in-depth cultural and art-historical research that centers artists of African descent, with a special focus on woman-identifying artists of the Caribbean. She is dedicated to working with emerging artists and institutions to cultivate a more accessible and equitable creative economy.
Karintha Lowe, PhD, American Studies program at Harvard University, is the Mellon Public Humanities Fellow at the Hudson River Museum and Sarah Lawrence College. She researches and writes about Asian American women’s experimental artmaking practices. An interdisciplinary scholar and curator, Lowe has also worked at the New York Historical Society and the Museum of Chinese in America, where she developed public programming and exhibitions on twentieth-century American art.
Support provided by Sarah Lawrence College through a generous grant from the Mellon Foundation.