Wednesday, May 10, 2017
6:30 – 8:30 pm
(Screening, followed by discussion & reception)
at Magno Sound & Video, 729 7th Avenue (48 & 49th), New York City
Join us for a screening of The 100 Years Show by Alison Klayman ’06, followed by a discussion with Alison and other Brown friends. Her award-winning documentary tells the story of Cuban-born artist Carmen Herrera -- just one example of the many great artists whose accomplishments were overlooked because of their gender, ethnicity, or nationality. Following the screening, there will be a conversation about women and other historically underrepresented groups getting their due in the art world with:
Alison Klayman ’06, filmmaker and director, AliKlay Productions
Leslie Camhi, former Pembroke Center postdoctoral fellow; writer, Vogue, The New York Times, et al.
Karen E. Jones ’97, curator of modern and contemporary art, professor of art history, CUNY
Space is limited and registration is required. Please RSVP to Martha Hamblett at Martha_Hamblett@brown.edu or 401.863.3433 by May 8.
Photo courtesy of Kristin Gladney