Lewis talk explores race and representation

The Claremont Lewis Museum of Art, at 200 W. First St., will host Scripps College professor and artist Ken Gonzales-Day and Claremont Graduate University professor Erika Hirugami, founder and chief executive officer of CuratorLove and co-founder of CuratorLove’s UNDOC+Collective project, at 5 p.m. Thursday, January 18 for a free and open to the public program, “Face to Face in Conversation.”

The educators will discuss recent projects and the past, present, and future of cultural representation. The exhibition “Face to Face: Ken Gonzales-Day,” which explores the history of race and its representation through photographs, is up through Sunday, January 21.

Visit clmoa.org for more information.


Submit a Comment

Share This