What if you actually did something meaningful for someone before the end of the year? What if a stranger restored your belief in humanity, if only for a moment, by supporting you and allowing you to claim something you need in a material way?
Join Reagan Jackson and Natasha Marin as we delve into the underpinnings of The Reparations Project– a new social media experiment that involves community building, healing, and self-care. This will be a frank discussion about art, racism, social media, and leveraging privilege.
Visual Culture of the African Continent and its Diaspora
The Frye Art Museum and the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) have partnered to bring a series of four lectures, discussing visual culture across the African Diaspora. The series will explore the history and practice of African Diaspora artists and art forms drawing connections between the African continent as the point of origin and the Diaspora as the site where Africanity is consistently produced.
Supported by: KING-5/Tegna
Tickets can be purchased here.
Members of the NAAM or Frye: $13/individual ticket or $44/series pass of 4
Non-members: $18/individual ticket or $104/series pass of 4