I SEE YOU: The Politics of Being
This exhibition presents the work of six contemporary artists who expand the constructs of female identity in the 21st century. This exhibition explores how women of the African Diaspora are seen, from their perspective and through the eyes of others. Juxtaposing historical ideologies and the contemporary, and self-presentation and imposed representation, the viewer is centered within a global community of image making and identity from a female perspective.
Created by diasdobson
551 S. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28246
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|10/2||7:00p||Gantt Symposium 2014: Common: A Lecture on Greatness|
|10/4||11:00a||Family First: Writing Workshop With Kwame Alexander, Young Adult Edition|
|10/11||1:00p||Adult Workshop: Jewelry Making with Linda Minor - Earrings|
|10/12||2:00p||The Classic International Black Cinema Series|
|10/21||12:00p||Lunch with the Opera: Kenneth Overton|
|10/23||7:00p||Harvey B. Gantt Center Presents: Collectors Series|
|10/25||1:00p||Adult Workshop: Jewelry Making with Linda Minor - Necklaces|
|11/1||11:00a||Family First: Batik Art for the Family|
|11/9||2:00p||The Classic International Black Cinema Series|