Museum webinar links visual art to anti-racist work

Elizabeth Humphrey ’14, curatorial assistant and manager of student programs at the BCMA, discusses a piece from Titus Kaphar’s “The Jerome Project”—a series that highlights the racial biases ingrained in the American criminal justice system. On Wednesday, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art (BCMA) hosted the first installment of “Art Up Close”—a five-part series where students, staff and faculty come together to discuss art. The first webinar brought together 20 community members to discuss “Protest Art and Black Lives Matter.”

Claire Traum ’21 and Lucy Siegel ’22, two members of the Bowdoin College Museum of Art Advisory Council, developed the […]

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