Virtual Lunchtime Lecture: Change the Face: Finding Power in Identity
Join us this Women’s History Month as we consider the intersections of power and identity via the NCMA’s contemporary art collection. Hear from Mellon Foundation Assistant Curator Maya Brooks as she compares various representations of Black women’s strength and examines how these pieces compel us to “change the face of power.”
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Beverly McIver, Reminiscing, 2005, oil on canvas, left and right panels: 24 × 30 in.; center panel: 24 × 24 in., Purchased with funds from the William R. Roberson Jr. and Frances M. Roberson Endowed Fund for North Carolina Art; © 2021 Beverly McIver