Tiffany Malone: Black Creativity 365

Black Curation: A Guest Curator Lecture Series
Thursday, 8 April 2021 - 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
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Delilah Edouard Williams
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This event is made possible with support from the Canada Research Chair in Science & Society, the Research Centre for the Future of Cities and the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies.

CAM/MAC presents Black Curation: A Guest Curator Lecture Series! Come join us this semester for a lecture series with Black curators discussing Black representation in museums and the curatorial domain. This month’s guest lecturer will be Museum of Science and Industry curator Tiffany Malone, with her presentation “Black Creativity 365.” The lecture will discuss the ways in which curators are able to amplify black art and innovation through their arts and cultural institutions. Drawing on her experience as a Chicago-based curator, Malone will explore how art spaces can properly represent Black artists and their work beyond the confines of Black History Month. The presentation in English will be followed by a discussion and Q&A in French and English, hosted by student Delilah Edouard Williams with professor Meg Stalcup, on Thursday, April 8th , from 5:30 PM-7PM. To register, please visit the event page. Hope to see you there!