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Talks at the Schomburg Black Curators Matter Oral History III

The Black Curators Matter Oral History Project is an intergenerational dialogue series between Black visual art curators who have made an outstanding impact across the arts and cultural world, presented by the Department of African American and African Diaspora Studies (AAADS) at Columbia University, in collaboration with the Columbia Center for Oral History Research.

The final in a series of public conversations about Black visual art curators, this evening’s program will explore issues of race and diversity between the 1990s -2000s and how their commitment to institutional change has contributed to recentering Black culture as American culture. Participants include: Thelma Golden (Director and Chief Curator Studio Museum in Harlem), Franklin Sirmans (Director of Perez Art Museum), Rujeko Hockley (Arnhold Associate Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art), and LeRonn Brooks (Curator of the African American Art History Initiative, Getty Research Institute).

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

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Date

Apr 10 2024
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Time

6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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In-Person

Venue

Schomburg Center
515 Malcolm X Boulevard. New York, NY 10037-1801
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