Join the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in commemorating the Black Lives Matter protests sparked by the death of George Floyd  from an artists perspective. Join photojournalist Kyle Pompey and  mural artists, Reggie Lewis, Jacob Patton Ado, Sara Austin and Philip West, whose works are featured in “Make Good Trouble: Marching for Change” exhibition. They  will reflect on the creation of their works, their involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement and the importance of art as a tool for activism and a vehicle for amplifying the voices of the oppressed.  This artist conversation will be moderated by Museum curator, Carol Rhodes Dyson.

Included with Museum Admission.  Click HERE to RSVP.

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Add to Calendar 20210724 America/New_York 800 East Pratt Street Baltimore MD 21202 Make Good Trouble Protest Panel Artists Retrospective – In Person