Art + Dialogue: Responding to Racial Tension in America

September 24 – October 11, 2015 | Greensboro College

A collaborative project intended to bring community together using a visual art exhibition as the catalyst for dialogues around racial tension in America. A charged topic,  A + D aspires to make the issue of race and racial tensions more tangible to its audiences and participants and to promote greater understanding of different perspectives and experiences. The A + D partners include the African American Atelier, Center for Visual Artists, GreenHill, Guilford Native American Art Gallery and NCCJ, all working in concert to execute a call for North Carolina artists to exhibit work dealing with predefined themes that set the framework for Dialogue Sessions. Artist selection led by GreenHill, along with visual art partners, and guided a panel of nationally and internationally recognized artist jurors. 


CLICK HERE to go to Art + Dialogue website


CLICK HERE for a Project Summary 

CLICK HERE for Press Release (May 14, 2015)

CLICK HERE for Press Release on North Carolina Arts Council Blog (May 27, 2015)

CLICK HERE for Press Release Announcing Programming (September 9, 2015)


Other Materials

CLICK HERE for Titus Brooks Heagins, MFA, Consuelo’s Lament Poster

CLICK HERE for Andrew Wells, Majid Poster

CLICK HERE for Question Poster


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