Date(s) - February 22, 2018
McNay Art Museum
|Educators engage with work by African American artists who celebrate black culture and achievement and confront segregation, cultural erasure, and inequality. New generations of artists continue to grapple with these injustices while promoting the beauty, humanity, and vivacity of black communities. Following the keynote conversation with collector Harriet Kelley and art historian Philip Townsend, tour the exhibition and attend hands-on workshops
Teachers earn three hours of continuing professional education credit. Space is limited and registration is required. Fee (includes refreshments and teacher packet): McNay members $5; nonmembers $15. Register online at mcnayart.org/workshops or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration deadline: February 16.