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Photo courtesy of the artist and Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles

Kwame Brathwaite’s ideas about the power of images to drive social change remain resonant for a new generation of photographers committed to representing Black people and their communities. Austin-based photographers Cindy Elizabeth, Moyo Oyelola, and Riley Reed will discuss photographic activism and the role of social media in their own work. This virtual conversation will be moderated by the Blanton’s Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Claire Howard.

This free virtual event is held in conjunction with the Blanton’s exhibition "Black Is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite."

Kwame Brathwaite’s ideas about the power of images to drive social change remain resonant for a new generation of photographers committed to representing Black people and their communities. Austin-based photographers Cindy Elizabeth, Moyo Oyelola, and Riley Reed will discuss photographic activism and the role of social media in their own work. This virtual conversation will be moderated by the Blanton’s Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Claire Howard.

This free virtual event is held in conjunction with the Blanton’s exhibition "Black Is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite."

Kwame Brathwaite’s ideas about the power of images to drive social change remain resonant for a new generation of photographers committed to representing Black people and their communities. Austin-based photographers Cindy Elizabeth, Moyo Oyelola, and Riley Reed will discuss photographic activism and the role of social media in their own work. This virtual conversation will be moderated by the Blanton’s Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Claire Howard.

This free virtual event is held in conjunction with the Blanton’s exhibition "Black Is Beautiful: The Photography of Kwame Brathwaite."

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://blantonmuseum.org/events/curated-conversation-black-is-beautiful-in-the-age-of-instagram/

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Admission is free.
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