Art+Feminism 2021: Lecture by Asmaa Walton

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Friday, March 19, 2021 from 7:00pm - 9:00pm



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Event typeLecture/Discussion
SeriesArt+Feminism 2021

Asmaa Walton, founder of the Black Art Library, a community resource dedicated to preserving the history of Black visual aesthetics, speaks about her work with the Detroit community. Following Walton’s talk and Q&A, we'll spend some time editing Wikipedia and collaborating with each other. Please register above.

Walton recently ran a popup exhibition of the Black Art Library in Highland Park, which served as a gathering space for Black artists. The Black Art Library is currently on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit [MOCAD] until April 18, 2021.

Art+Feminism is an international community that strives to close the information gap about gender, feminism, and the arts on the internet. Please join us for the other events in this series, a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon and a Closing Celebration.

Art+Feminism 2021 is a collaboration between U-M Library and the Stamps Gallery.

Asmaa Walton


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