#blackgirlquarantine Artist Talk, part of #blackgirlquarantine Exhibition Week
Sunday, May 02, 2021
Celebrating Multimedia Artists Featured in #blackgirlquarantine Exhibit + Reflecting on Black Womxn’s Creativity in 2020.
In partnership with the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender, featured artists will dialogue about Black womxn and girls’ experiences of 2020. All artists will then have a chance to be celebrated for their work in the exhibit. Featured panelists include – Jade Charon, director and choreographer of GOLD, a film honoring Breonna Taylor + Kilhah, youth poet and Justice for Black Girls Ambassador, + Jasmine Sozi, UC Berkeley undergraduate and organizer of For My Homegirls and my Homies: A Care-fully Curated Space Dedicated to the Healing and Empowerment of Black Women and Gender-Nonconforming Folks.
About #blackgirlquarantine exhibition week
#blackgirlquarantine: an exhibition of blackwomxnhealing in the wake of 2020 is a virtual exhibit featuring multimedia artistry for and by black womxn and girls, to celebrate the art we made in quarantine, and to honor the sacredness of our lives in the midst of ongoing Black death. The exhibition will go live on May 2nd at blackwomxnhealing.com/blackgirlquarantine, followed by a week of virtual events – an artist talk on sunday, a self.o.lo.gy sunday healing circle on tuesday, a gathering celebrating the life and labors of janeen irving, and an ig live honoring the art of brax. You may register for all virtual events through the eventbrite link found at blackwomxnhealing.com/blackgirlquarantine.