Brodsky Center at PAFA

The Personal and The Political

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Advance registration is required.

This is event is being held online. After registering, connection information will be emailed to you.

General Public
$7
PAFA Members: Free

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Abby King
Nell Painter Wise Woman Disappears, 2017

This Tuesday join artists Nell Painter and Trenton Doyle Hancock with the Brodsky Center’s Paola Morsiani for a conversation on how their artistic work is influenced by lived experience.

Nell Painter is a multimedia artist and the author of The History of White People (2010). Her work reflects her two identities as a historian and as a visual artist.

Trenton Doyle Hancock is an artist who merges comic-book-style narrative and abstraction in his vibrant, dizzyingly detailed prints, drawings, and mixed-media paintings, in which he explores the struggles within himself and in our world.

Hear these two accomplished artists share stories about their art, politics, and everything in between.

This event is in conjunction with the Brodsky Center Spring Print Sale:  a one-time-only online fine art print sale. Explore and purchase prints from local and internationally renowned artists at reduced prices in this two-day sale.