All posts by Victoria Miles

Honoring Toni Morrison: Lessons Museums Can Learn from the Iconic Author

February 18, 2021 marked what would have been Toni Morrison’s 90th birthday. A timeless person and ancestor to many Black people who honor and revere her work, Morrison provided us with the gift of language, forcing us to look at the ugly and painful truth of Black life, specifically Black girlhood. As I reflect on … Continue reading Honoring Toni Morrison: Lessons Museums Can Learn from the Iconic Author

Find Your Way Back Home: Aminah Robinson’s Lessons of Grounding Community in Art

An artist that I have truly come to admire and study is Aminah Robinson. I came across Robinson’s works last year and have been moved by her process and purpose since. I even selected her work, Come Sunday, from TAM’s collection to be included in our current exhibition  South Sound Selects: Community Choices from the … Continue reading Find Your Way Back Home: Aminah Robinson’s Lessons of Grounding Community in Art