Photo courtesy of The Department of Art and Art History, UT Austin

This conversation with Brazilian visual artist Rosana Paulino coincides with her keynote address at the 2020 Lozano Long Conference. During this conversation, Paulino will delve deeper into her multi-media practice, which combines drawing, installation, sculpture, and weaving, and discuss how her work examines the experience of black women in Brazilian society and the lasting legacy of slavery.

This conversation with Brazilian visual artist Rosana Paulino coincides with her keynote address at the 2020 Lozano Long Conference. During this conversation, Paulino will delve deeper into her multi-media practice, which combines drawing, installation, sculpture, and weaving, and discuss how her work examines the experience of black women in Brazilian society and the lasting legacy of slavery.

This conversation with Brazilian visual artist Rosana Paulino coincides with her keynote address at the 2020 Lozano Long Conference. During this conversation, Paulino will delve deeper into her multi-media practice, which combines drawing, installation, sculpture, and weaving, and discuss how her work examines the experience of black women in Brazilian society and the lasting legacy of slavery.

WHEN

WHERE

University of Texas at Austin - Art Building Room
2301 San Jacinto Blvd.
Austin, TX 78712
https://art.utexas.edu/event/conversation-artist-rosana-paulino

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