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Art Docent Talks: UNDER-REPRESENTED ART Stories of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Event Type: Adult
Age Group(s): Adults
Date: 3/7/2024
Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 2:00 PM
 Docents from Phoenix Art Museum present a series of one-hour talks on a wide variety of art topics. Art is a transcendent force, and we'll experience its power by viewing and discussing various periods and works of art. This month:
Meet artists that tend to be under-represented in American museums. Selfidentified
as Navaho/Pueblo Laguna, Anishinabe, Mexican, Black, Gay & Queer,
these artists produce work ranging from abstracted to hyper-realism. This
presentation includes a Presidential portrait and a work inspired by Picasso’s
Guernica. Images of performance and political art, along with installation and
immersive art will be shared. The art tells powerful, compelling stories of
chaos, transformation, and harmony. Join us in conversations that support our
commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Library: Georgia T. Lord Library    Library location
Location: Community Room
Contact: Rob
Contact Number: 602.651.3507
Presenter: Phoenix Art Museum
Status: Closed