Join the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) and members of the Curative Collective for a weekly conversation at the intersection of food, art and social change. From social justice work to restorative self-care, the Curative Collective is a group of organizations that serve communities throughout the Baltimore–Washington area and are contributing to RECLAMATION: Recipes, Remedies, and Rituals, an online exhibition exploring the healing power of food. These organizations help shape the exhibition to reflect and serve their communities while sharing their arts and social change resources.
This month, we interview RECLAMATION artists djassi daCosta Johnson and Tambra Ray Stevenson, who is also the founder of Women Advancing Nutrition, Dietetics and Agriculture (WANDA), along with Lisa Pegram, a community member who submitted her recipe to the exhibition. Speakers will share more about their work, what inspires them, and how viewers can get involved with RECLAMATION.
Monday, October 4, 12–1 p.m.: djassi daCosta johnson
Monday, October 18, 12–1 p.m.: Tambra Ray Stevenson, founder of Woman Advancing Nutrition, Dietetics and Agriculture (WANDA)
Monday, October 25, 12–1 p.m.: Lisa Pegram
Free. No reservations required. Add to your calendar here.