Combahee Experimental: Black Women's Experimental Filmmaking – Experiments in Narrative

Thu, Oct 29, 2020, 6:00 pm
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Public / Open To All
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Lewis Center for the Arts' Program in Visual Arts
Department of Art and Archeology

The Program in Visual Arts presents a series of conversations and film screenings that celebrate the work of Black women filmmakers and their unique cinematic contributions to contemporary visual culture. Co-curated by award-winning multi-media artist Simone Leigh and Black feminist theorist of visual culture and contemporary art Tina Campt, the series extends a collaboration begun with the 2018 Loophole of Retreat conference convened at the Guggenheim Museum as a commitment to using public programming platforms to highlight the creative, artistic, and intellectual labor of Black women.

On October 29, Garrett Bradley and Rungano Nyoni join in conversation with curators Tina Campt and Simone Leigh followed by a screening of selected works.

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Garrett Bradley and Rungano Nyoni in conversation with curators Tina Campt and Simone Leigh followed by a screening of selected works.

  • Bradley, Alone (2017)
  • Nyoni, I Am Not a Witch (2017)

Event Recording Notice: All in-person, video, and audio-based events may be recorded. By engaging in the above event, you consent to be photographed, filmed, and otherwise recorded for future department use. Participants waive all rights and any claims for payment or royalties connected with any exhibition, social media, or other publication of the materials. Please note you can hide your camera and/or mute your microphone at any time during a video and audio-based events.


 

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