Anatomy of Living Color
Opening Reception Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 6 to 9pm in Rosenberg Gallery
In honor of Black History Month, The Anatomy of Living Color presents to Goucher’s campus a survey of Black artistic expression. Creating a conversation around culture, academia and shared experience, the exhibition is a student-initiated show and series of events organized by Olivia Douglas, class of 2022. Comprised of Baltimore-based artists whose work explores the power of black identity, The Anatomy of Living Color provides a hub for student-led events and creative output. The exhibition encourages visitors to experience the colorful embodiment of Black art through painting, photography, performance artifacts and design. Outside the Rosenberg Gallery, additional artwork and poetry by Goucher students invited to participate, have been placed around campus in spaces commonly occupied by students. These interventions bring the range of style, subject and emotion represented in the exhibition into the space of student life and create a dialog between the campus community and black creatives working in other Baltimore institutions.
The exhibition features work by:
Nina Q. Allen, Christopher Batten, Markele Cullins, Walter Cruz, Rob Ferrell, and Monica IkegwuLearn More