Humanities

A QUESTION OF RELEVANCE: BLACK ART AND CULTURE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

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A Question of Relevance: Black Art and Culture in the 21st Century is a 1-day symposium which invites culturalists, artists, scholars, students, funders and community strategists to gather and engage in dialogue on the current and future relevance of Black culture and cultural sustainability. The symposium will be held in September 2017 at the Auburn Avenue Research Library for African American Culture. Our theme is Black (W)Hole - Cultural Agency in Black AmericaPlease join our mailing list to receive announcements about this event.

A Question of Relevance is curated by Beatrix Moss and produced in partnership with Auburn Avenue Research Library for African American Culture.