NAAC BOSTON MEMBER EVENTS

The Network for Arts Administrators of Color (or NAAC Boston) was established to enhance the visibility of professionals of color in Greater Boston’s arts and culture sector, as well as widen the leadership pipeline and highlight opportunities for professional and personal growth in the field.

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Black Artists Speak: Opportunity, Activism, and Community

Presented by BU Arts Initiative at Boston University Photonics Center, Boston

April 19, 2017

The BU Arts Initiative, The Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, and the Boston Black Artists Alliance are pleased to welcome artists Heather Hart and Jina Valentine to Boston University for several events including Black Lunch Table sessions, Wiki edit-a-thons, and a panel discussion entitled Black Artists Speak: Opportunity, Activism, and Community with playwright Kirsten Greenidge and musician Danny Mekonnen, and moderated by Victoria George from ArtsBoston. The Black Lunch Table... [more+]
The BU Arts Initiative, The Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground, and the Boston Black Artists Alliance are pleased to welcome artists Heather Hart and Jina Valentine to Boston University for several events including Black Lunch Table sessions, Wiki edit-a-thons, and a panel discussion entitled Black Artists Speak: Opportunity, Activism, and Community with playwright Kirsten Greenidge and musician Danny Mekonnen, and moderated by Victoria George from ArtsBoston. The Black Lunch Table (BLT) primary aim is the production of discursive sites, wherein cultural producers of color engage in critical dialogue with one another on topics directly affecting the Black community. Two BLT sessions will be held, one of which is open to anyone interested. The Wiki Edit-a-thons are part of “Radical archiving” in order to shift the rhetoric around contemporary art history and contribute to the authoring of (art)history. Open to all. [less-]

Dates & times

Wed, Apr 19 @ 7:00 pm

Admission

FREE and open to the public. RSVP required: Click HERE to RSVP.

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