The Snite Museum Student Programming Committee is hosting "Space at the Snite," a semester-long series of events to encourage students to think about community and belonging through art. This first program, organized in conjunction with Walk the Walk Week, will include conversations about works of art facilitated by Snite student gallery teachers. These works will explore the theme of racial justice as it relates to notions of belonging on this campus. There will also be opportunities to personally interact with work by prominent contemporary Black artists, including the work of Richard Hunt from the Museum’s permanent collection and a current installation by Kevin Beasley.
Latent Emissions, Chakaia Booker