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(L) Samuel Levi Jones, Amalgamation, 2017, Flat bite and color aquatint, 39 in x 31 in; (R) Adrianna Adams, Weekly Routine #1, 2020, 7 color screenprint on 100lb cougar natural paper, 16 in x 20 in JAN 22, 2022 OPENING RECEPTIONS | PERSONAL TO POLITICAL -AND- UNSEEN: THE HIDDEN LABOR OF WOMEN 5:00–7:00 pm, MCAM Join MCAM in celebrating the opening of our two winter exhibitions: Personal to Political: Celebrating the African American Artists of the Paulson Fontaine Press, organized by the Bedford Gallery, and Unseen: The Hidden Labor of Women, curated by Mills College students in the Museum Studies Workshop.
Artist Talk: Lava Thomas, Wednesday, February 9, 2022, 7-8:30pm, Danforth Lecture Hall FEB 9, 2022 ARTIST TALK: LAVA THOMAS 7:00–8:30 pm, Danforth Lecture Hall Lava Thomas tackles issues of race, gender, representation and memorialization through a multidisciplinary practice that spans drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, and site-specific installations. Drawing from her family’s Southern roots, current and historical socio-political events, intersectional feminism and African American protest and devotional traditions, Thomas’s practice centers ideas that amplify visibility, healing, and empowerment in the face of erasure, trauma and oppression. See Thomas’ work at MCAM in Personal to Political: Celebrating the African American Artists of the Paulson Fontaine Press (Jan 22–Mar 13, 2021).