When: Wed., April 28, 7 p.m. 2021
In her debut solo museum exhibition, Jennifer Mack-Watkins explores history, recalls childhood memories, imagines joy and acknowledges the importance of positive representation of African Americans. As a printmaker, parent and educator, she shares how she examines her artistic process as a form of resistance against the erasure and invisibility of African American culture. Mack-Watkins, Daricia Mia DeMarr of Black Women in Visual Arts, and Novella Ford of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture have a conversation about the exhibit. Register for Zoom link.