A Conversation on Race, Art, and Activism

October 7, 2015

with visual and performance artist James Montford, Associate Professor of History Dolita Cathcart, and Professor of Art History Tripp Evans

Wheaton faculty Dolita Cathcart and Tripp Evans engage in a conversation with artist James Montford inspired by his exhibition “The Planetarium of Black Indian Constellations,” on view in Weil Gallery through October 16. These three scholars will discuss the representation of race and identity are represented in art, the relationship between art and activism, and the way art and performance can elucidate social ills, among other timely and important topics. The audience will be encouraged to join in the conversation.

Beard & Weil Galleries, Watson Fine Arts, 5:00 p.m.

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