Naima Lowe: One of contemporary arts’ rising stars arrives at KCAD for a gallery talk

Tuesday, Mar. 17, 11:30 a.m.
The FED Galleries at KCAD, 17 Pearl St. NW
Naima Lowe’s work from the insightful and thought-provoking exhibition "Selling Sexism" at KCAD’s The Fed Galleries may have already closed, but don’t let that stop you from attending to hear from one of art’s emerging and powerful voices, whose work is exploring the topic of race and racism.

Lowe’s free lunchtime lecture/interactive performance work, "Thirty-Nine(39) Questions for White People,” will be held on Tuesday, March 17 and explore the emotional labor and vulnerability inherent in discussing race and racism, and how artworks like hers can open opportunities to shift the burden of that work away from those already most targeted.

If you would like a bit of background on the artist’s work in advance of her visit to Grand Rapids, please visit NaimaLowe.net.

And as with any event held at KCAD’s The FED, should any individuals with disabilities require accommodations, please contact the Fed Galleries at 616.259.1169 or [email protected] 72 hours in advance.
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