WonderRoot Podcast: Renée Stout, the Conjure Woman

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Renee Stout. Courtesy National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
Renée Stout. Courtesy National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.

Artist Renée Stout chats with Floyd Hall in this WonderRoot podcast, produced in conjunction with the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art. They discuss her use of alter egos in the creation of her work, the foundations of Hoodoo and conjuring, and how her work connects to and confronts established beliefs in the African American community.

Christian Siriano on view at SCAD FASH in Atlanta through October 9

Stout’s exhibition, “Tales of the Conjure Woman,” is on view at the Spelman museum through May 17.


BURNAWAY Radio shares WonderRoot podcasts. The WonderRoot podcast series offers listeners a vast array of conversations and insights into WonderRoot and the Atlanta cultural community, while continuing its mission of uniting artists and communities to inspire social change. These conversations also serve as a platform to highlight the spectrum of artists and initiatives that impact Atlanta, with an eye to how these discussions may also affect the global communities in which we live. WonderRoot believes that artists have the potential to change the world; we are artists giving back to the community that has done so much to inspire us.

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Kirsten Stolle's Only You Can Prevent A Forest on view at Halsey Institute through Dec 10, 2022


BURNAWAY Radio is supported in part by Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly. Georgia Council for the Arts also receives support from its partner agency, the National Endowment for the Arts.


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