Join artists Renée Stout and Alisha B. Wormsley as they virtually discuss and share thoughts on their artistic practices during a special live-streamed In Conversation.
Renée Stout’s assemblage, “The Colonel’s Cabinet,” is part of the African American Art in the 20th Century exhibition. You’ll hear more about her painting, drawing, mixed media sculpture, photography and installation and how those works encourage self examination and introspection.
Alisha B. Wormsley is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural producer, living in Pittsburgh, whose work is about collective memory and the synchronicity of time, specifically through the stories of women of color.
Registration deadline is Monday, July 13.
To register, click here.
Please note that you will only be able to register for 1 ticket — either 1 member or 1 non-member — per order for this event.
The link to access the Virtual In Conversation will be included on the receipt/confirmation page during the registration process, and this link will also be included within the receipt sent to your email. When using this link you will need have your order confirmation ID handy in order to enter this. Access will be available beginning at 6:30pm and the event will begin at 7pm.
Additionally, on Tuesday, July 14, all registrants will receive an email with the link to access the Virtual In Conversation.