Feb. 7 @ 2:00 PM: Mount Holyoke College Art Museum Associate Curator, Stephanie Sparling Williams, Ph.D., will present a lecture on art made by African Americans from the Harlem Renaissance to the Civil Rights Movement, from Hip Hop to Black Lives Matter and how these artists used visual art a a means to express dignity and humanity and to inspire radical change. This lecture is part of the Library’s ARTalk series which is dedicated to exploring the creative process and focuses on art, architecture and design. This program is co-sponsored by the Library, Ridgefield Guild of Artists and The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

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