Register for this virtual event and become captivated by the powerful artworks of accomplished artists Wendel White and Glynnis Reed as they discuss their creative process, traditions of African American art and photography, and their approaches to interweaving identity with nature and place.
White, a Distinguished Professor of Art and American Studies at Stockton University is known for his landscapes and portraits of African-American cultural history. His work has received numerous awards, grants, and fellowships, including a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in Photography, with works represented in museum and corporate collections throughout the country. Reed is a professional artist with an MFA from the University of California. She works in various mediums, including photography, mixed media, and poetry, and has been exhibited across the United States and internationally. She is interested in various themes, including the representation of black women, particularly in relation to natural landscapes, identity, and place.
This event is part of “Wheaton Conversations,” a new virtual series highlighting select artists with ties to WheatonArts! To see the full schedule of conversations, visit wheatonarts.org.