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Arts Speakers Series - Karen Hampton - Making the Invisible Visible

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Our fall Arts Speakers Series continues with Karen Hampton discussing "Making the Invisible Visible." 

Karen Hampton is an internationally recognized conceptual fiber artist, addressing issues of colorism and kinship within the African American community. Her art practice is the synthesis of memory, history, time and cloth. She is an assistant professor in the Fibers program at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and is a trustee for the Textile Society of America.

Salem State art + design professor Antwon Key will serve as moderator. 

The event is free, registration is required. Register in advance at salemstatetickets.com

Arts Speakers Series

Guests will speak on a range of topics including arts and identity, arts and social justice, arts and healing, and arts in the time of a pandemic.
September 23 - Enzo Silon Surin
October 14 - Melanie George
October 28 - Ashleigh Gordon
November 18 - Christopher Edwards
December 2 - Vijay Gupta

When 8:00pm
Contact
Karen A Gahagan

For access and accommodation information, visit our page on access or email access@salemstate.edu.

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