"The African American Art World in Twentieth Century Washington, DC"
The National Gallery of Art is presenting a public symposia, "The African American Art World in Twentieth Century Washington, DC," part of its Wyeth Foundation for American Art Symposium, on 16 & 17 March, 10am-5pm, in the East Building Auditorium. It is organized in collaboration with the Howard University Gallery of Art.
Speakers include Rhea L. Combs, Gwendolyn H. Everett, Paul Gardullo, Tuliza Fleming, Jacqueline Francis, Lauren Haynes, Amy Kirschke, Robert G. O'Meally, Richard J. Powell, Jacquelyn D. Serwer, Elsa Smithgall, Jeffrey C. Stewart, John A. Tyson, and Tobias Wofford.
Sessions will be moderated by Kinshasha Holman Conwill, Charles Brock, and Huey Copeland. The symposium will also feature a panel of artists moderated by Ruth Fine including Lilian Thomas Burwell, Floyd Coleman, David C. Driskell, Sam Gilliam, Keith A. Morrison, Martin Puryear, Sylvia Snowden, and Lou Stovall.
I'll be there!