A conversation examining the national impact of the aesthetic legacies of the Black Panther Party between artist Endia Beale and Michelle Dunn Marsh, Photographic Center Northwest Executive Director and Curator.
This panel is part of a 3-part discussion series examining the ongoing impact of the Black Panther Party’s aesthetic legacies internationally, nationally, and here in Seattle. Featured speakers include artists and activists Royal Alley-Barnes, Endia Beale, Yadesa Bojia, Councilman Larry Gossett, Ayana V. Jackson, and Robert Wade.
Sunday, April 22, 2 pm: International Impact, moderated by Negarra A. Kudumu, Frye Art Museum Manager of Public Programs
Saturday, May 19, 2 pm: National Impact, a conversation
Saturday, June 9, 2 pm: Local Impact, moderated by Michelle Dunn Marsh, Executive Director & Curator of Photographic Center Northwest