Above: Barbara Jones-Hogu, Unite (1971); Below: PiM Arts High School, George Floyd Memorial (2020)
Above: Barbara Jones-Hogu, Unite (1971); Below: PiM Arts High School, George Floyd Memorial (2020)
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Precious N. Wallace ’17 and Ta-coumba Aiken ’74 are part of a cross-generational group of Twin Cities Black artists that are holding a discussion around Black art in an era of protests.

The group of panelists will discuss how the George Floyd protests have awakened 21st century reanalysis of the commodification of Black art, art as a political weapon through radical self-expression, the history of communication through street art, who should acquire these important murals created during the unrest, and more.

Black Art in the Era of Protest: A Virtual Conversation
Thursday, June 18, 6:00–8:00 p.m.
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