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Black artists discuss new works

Thursday, September 23, 2021 by Tai Moses

Kendyll Gross, who is the education coordinator at The Art Galleries at Black Studies at UT Austin, will moderate a free, in-person talk featuring artists Temitope Olujobi, Hypatia Sorunke and Adrian Armstrong, members of the Small Black Museum Residency Project inaugural cohort. The artists will discuss their new series of works, produced during their three-month residency and now on view in the George Washington Carver Museum’s gallery until January 2022. The residency series is designed to support and promote artists of African descent, both established and emerging. The talk will be hosted in the atrium of the Carver Museum and seating is limited. Patrons are strongly encouraged to wear face masks inside of the museum and observe social distancing. Saturday, Oct. 2, 1-3 p.m. RSVP at Carver.Museum@AustinTexas.gov to reserve your seat.

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