Learn from the University of Puget Sound’s Race and Pedagogy Institute at the second event of their online series as they discuss questions and themes surrounding the Kinsey African American Art & History Collection at the Tacoma Art Museum. Conversations by panelists will focus on three different pieces in the Kinsey Collection, and questions such as “What do these artifacts remind us about history, the sites of knowledge, and how we remember historical relationships and events?” and “How are we reimagining these histories today?” will be explored. This event is free and registration is required.
Panelists: Jaylen Antoine ‘22, African American Studies and Economics’ student; Rosalind Bell, community artist and teacher; LaToya Brackett, Assistant Professor of African American Studies and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute; Nancy Bristow, Professor of History, African American Studies, and member of the Race and Pedagogy Institute.
Moderators: Carissa Riedesel and Renee Simms
For questions about this program, please contact Lee Nelson, Public Programs Coordinator.
Image credit: Poems on Various Subjects-Religious and Moral, Phillis Wheatley. Courtesy of The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection.