Join community arts organizer and international multimedia artist Ariel Cavalcante Foster in conversation with Joy Davis, Manager of Adult and Community Programs. Ariel creates textile art that is inspired by art produced outside of the colonial gaze. In this talk she will discuss her work and its relation to the Walters pre-Columbian collection. Based in Baltimore, but originally from Brazil, she offers a unique perspective on Amazonian cultures, institutional histories, and advocacy work.

Ariel Cavalcante Foster is a Brazilian-American artist, curator, and community programer based in Baltimore with a BA from Goucher College (2016) in Studio Art and Arts Administration. Ariel’s organizational work includes leading art workshops, co-directing The Parlour (an arts, music, and community space), and being an active member of artist-run collective initiatives. She currently is the Inclusion Strategist and Community Arts Program Assistant for Baltimore Clayworks.

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Add to Calendar 20200804 America/New_York 600 North Charles Street Baltimore MD 21201 LIVE! Artist Talk with Ariel Cavalcante Foster