If I Didn’t Care at Park School January 30

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If I Didn’t Care: Multigenerational Artists Discuss Cultural Histories
Curated by Rick Dulaney, Gallery Director

Artists Include: Laylah Ali, Patssi Valdez, Tamasha Williamson, Paula Wilson, Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, Pamela Phatsimo Sundstrum, Faith Ringgold, Soumiya Krishnaswamy, Deborah Roberts, Emma Amos, Magiwa Orimo, Karen Powell, Isabel Manalo, Margaret Burroughs, Keiko Ishii Eckhardt, Regina Vater, Howardina Pindell, Athena LaTocha, Negar Ahkami, Joyce Scott, Swati Khurana, Kate Bae, Wanda Ewing, Saya Woolfalk, Debra Edgerton, Nina Buxembaum, Flo Oy Wong, Elizabeth Axtman, and Siona Benjamin

January 30 – March 30, 2009
Reception Friday, January 30, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

This all-medium exhibition features women-of-color artists whose work focuses on cultural histories, race, gender, or social-political areas of thought. The artists come from many different backgrounds and times. Some of the artists are recently out of college, while others have been creating for decades. A few of the participating artists will be coming to Park to meet with students during the exhibition.

Refreshments will be served at the opening reception, Friday, January 30, 5:30 – 7:00pm. The exhibition runs until March 30.

Saya Woolfalk

Richman Gallery and Davison Lobby
The Park School
2425 Old Court Road/ Baltimore, MD 21203
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A Catalogue will be available.

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