October 19, 2020

Christine Wyatt and Christina Leoni-Osion in production still from Entre Puerto Rico y Richmond: Women in Resistance Shall not be Moved, 2020 by Alicia Díaz, cocreated with Patricia Herrera, Christine Wyatt, Christina Leoni-Osion, Luis Vasquez La Roche, Héctor “Coco” Barez, Yaraní del Valle, and David Riley. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and collaborators.

Crisp-Ellert Art Museum presents Photography in NEFL Panel DiscussionTuesday, October 20, 5pm EDT

Georgia Museum of Art


Please join us for a panel discussion on photography, in conjunction with CEAM’s current exhibition The Nameless Now. Moderated by Dr. Chris Balaschak, Associate Professor of Art History, the panelists will include exhibiting artists, Jason Schwab, Assistant Professor of Art at Flagler College, along with Malcolm Jackson, Cheryl McCain, Sean Kelly Conway, and Lenny Foster.


Women in Resistance Zoom Webinar Panel DiscussionWednesday, October 21, 6 pm EDT


This discussion considers intersectional approaches to creative work and collective organizing—centering Puerto Rican artists and activists within wider networks. Panelists include Commonwealth artist Alicia Díaz and collaborator Patricia Herrera, Shariana Ferrer-Núñez of the Puerto Rican anti-colonial feminist activist group La Colectiva Feminista en Construcción, and feminist theorist Silvia Federici, who is also a contributor to the Commonwealth publication. Díaz’s project Entre Puerto Rico y Richmond: Women in Resistance Shall Not Be Moved inspired this program. Discussion facilitated by Anahí Morales Lazarte of Beta-Local with Commonwealth co-curator Stephanie Smith. Presented in Spanish and English with simultaneous translation.


Hey Y’all Artist Talk by the Ogden Museum Thursday, October 22, 2-2:30pm CST

Support Burnaway


Hey y’all! Please join us for a deep dive exploring the richness and diversity of Southern art and artists. You’re welcome to join in participatory discussions about the art, or sit back, look and listen. On select Thursday afternoons this fall, museum educator Sara Echaniz will facilitate an in-depth conversation about art and artists from Ogden Museum’s permanent collection and current exhibitions. Free, but pre-registration is required and space is limited. We limit attendance for Hey Y’all as this program involves discussion and participation that is better suited for a smaller group. Before the program begins, registrants will receive a link to join the workshop via Zoom.


Azikiwe Mohammed’s “Outside and With Place”Thursday, October 22, 4pm EDT

Join NADA & Good Weather, for Azikiwe Mohammed’s “Outside and With Place,” a new sound presented in tandem with an artist talk, Q&A, and raffle benefiting The New Davonhaime Food Bank.


Kemper Museum presents Divergences by Joiri Minaya Artist TalkThursday, October 22, 7-9:00PM EDT

Kemper Museum presents Divergences, a commissioned installation by New York-based Black Latinx artist, Joiri Minaya. This project features four individual digital photographic collages of female figures layered on a digitally abstracted wallpaper landscape resembling vistas of Kansas City, Kansas’s historic Quindaro Townsite.


Virtual Sewing Circle with Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska LugerThursday, October 22, from 6- 7pm MST

Join a live session with artists Marie Watt and Cannupa Hanska Luger for a virtual sewing circle. Register for your free ticket to this virtual event.


School of the Alternative’s class “Story in Song” with Celia C. PetersSaturday, October 24, 3pm EDT


This class will be taught by Filmmaker Celia C. Peters. This week, 50% of the sliding scale donations will go to Black Girls Code (@blackgirlscode) in Oakland, CA. Their mission is to increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology.


VMFA presents Sunken Cities Lecture SeriesSunday, October 25, 2:30pm EDT


Dr. Rober Ritner, Professor of Egyptology at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago will conduct a talk titled “Re-Membering Osiris: Overcoming Death in Ancient Egypt.” The series is free, Zoom registration for each lecture is required.