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At the heart of this body of work is the ability to expand one’s focus. To rotate the lens in which we perceive the world (using artist Titus Kaphar’s metaphor) simply to benefit from additional, excluded narratives. Divided into three sections, Gendering, De-Centering, and Pandemic, this exhibit responds to our collective cultural moment.
Black Memorabilia explores the world of racist material, both antique and newly produced, that propagates demeaning representations of African Americans.
The work included in "Common Ground" engages, investigates and questions the concepts of what “community” is.
California Reading and Literature Project hosts Results: Word Recognition and Fluency, 10 two-hour sessions for elementary and middle school teachers from public charter district, Grimmway Schools in Kern County.
This exhibit begins with labor, becomes steeped in childhood experiences and ends with a combination of the two.