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Black Artists from the Early 20th Century to Today: Part 3 of 3

When:
Tuesday, June 29, 2021, 3:00 PM until 4:30 PM
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Katharine Kosin
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Public Event of Interest
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The final session in this 3-part series is called "Racism: Three Artists Respond". The works of contemporary artists Kara Walker, Titus Kaphar and Howardina Pindell are explored, with an emphasis on their works that respond to inequality and repression in the art world and more broadly. Presenter: Nancy Hirshbein, Hirshhorn Tour Guide and Dial-a-Docent Founding Member. Email cele@athomeinalexandria.org for the Zoom link. Presented by a collaboration of DC/MD/VA Villages.