Opening Reception & Artist Talk: Solace and Sisterhood

Thursday / February 22 / 5:00pm-8:00pm

Join Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington to for an opening reception and artist talk celebrating Solace and Sisterhood. Curated by guest curator Dr. Lauren Davidson, Solace and Sisterhood brings together the work of three artists of African descent who are friends and “sisters”: Lavett Ballard, Amber Robles-Gordon, and Evita Tezeno. Through their artwork, viewers are given an intimate look into their experiences and their sisterhood, which has developed over several years.

A discussion with the three artists, moderated by Dr. Davidson will take place at 6:00pm.

Read more about Solace and Sisterhood.

 

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