Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood will present her talk “Art, Abolition, and Black Feminist Activism” at Mills College’s Lisser Hall with a reception to follow.
Experimenting with a range of forms and media from painting to ceramics and installation, the artists in “Ouroboros” invite the viewer to imagine alternate realities, question one’s relation to everyday objects, and reflect on living with mental illness.
There is no singular way to address the conversation of race and representation in contemporary art.
Drawing from her family’s Southern roots, current and historical socio-political events, intersectional feminism and African American protest and devotional traditions, Thomas’ practice centers ideas that amplify visibility, healing, and empowerment in the face of erasure, trauma, and oppression.
At a moment when Mills is transitioning away from its identity as an historically women’s college, Unseen celebrates the power and legitimacy of women’s experiences.
This powerful exhibition of figurative and abstract artworks channels the poetics of the human experience from past and present and boldly presents ideas about history, identity, personal stories, and spiritual inspiration.
They will discuss Soren’s artistic process, vision, and photographic works on view in Tabitha Soren