Theater artist and founder of The Art Church in West Philadelphia, Cara Blouin, has guided a group of artists through a number of discussions based on the idea of the ‘two-ness’ inherent in being a Black American and in many other American experiences as introduced in W.E.B. DuBois’ The Souls of Black Folk. These artists have created photography, visual arts installations, performance, and movements exploring the Black body, the concepts of problem and privilege in society, personhood, and the question of blackness. Join us for the culminating presentation of the work developed through this program on May 19th at 7pm. Pay what you can.
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Richard Warren Gibson