Please join NCP and the New Art Center for the following two FREE events celebrating INTERCESSION, an exhibit highlighting local African-American photographers who use the power of light in their work to create meaning.
About INTERCESSION Curator Talk
Hear from the curator of INTERCESSION, Reggie Woolery, as he discusses the show and the importance of chronicling life in Black communities.
INTERCESSION features Boston-area African American photographers at the New Art Corridor Gallery at 245 Walnut Street in Newton MA. The showcase highlights Black photographers who employ light to bridge, call attention, and to disrupt. The works actively engage new ways of seeing, believing and moving in the world. Curator Reggie Woolery will discuss the significance and thought behind this exhibition at this curator talk.
Artists include Philip Keith, Lauren Miller, Alonso Nichols, and Sam Williams.
The event is free and open to the public. The event begins at 6:00 PM.
We will be photographing this event and by registering, you agree that there is a possibility you may be photographed and the resulting images used for marketing purposes (in email, social media, print, and on our website).
This space is wheelchair accessible. The second floor classroom space can be accessed via elevator. Two accessible bathrooms can be found in the second floor space. Please contact the main office at 617-964-3424 or email@example.com if you need any additional assistance. More information about accessibility here.
The New Art Corridor is sponsored by Mass Cultural Council, Village Bank, and Mark Development. New Art’s BIPOC Curatorial Program is supported by Newton Cultural Council, Village Bank, and Harmony Foundation.
The INTERCESSION curator talk is sponsored by Newton Community Pride.