Virtual Artist Talk in conjunction with the Rights & Wrongs Exhibition, featuring Antonio McAfee, Erin Fostel, and McKinley Wallace III
About this Event
Programming in conjunction with the exhibition Rights and Wrongs: Citizenship, Belonging, and the Vote
Join us for a virtual artist talk with local Baltimore artists Antonio McAfee, Erin Fostel, and McKinley Wallace III. These artists new works are included in the group exhibition Rights and Wrongs: Citizenship, Belonging, and the Vote at the Peale at the Carroll Mansion. The works in the exhibition bring the viewers’ attention to the complexities and contradictions of the history of voting rights and civil right struggles as well as the ways that these struggles continue both in Baltimore across the United States. In conversation, these three artists will discuss their research processes, material methodologies, and how place informs their artistic practice.
Registered attendees will receive a link to the virtual event on November 19th.The Rights & Wrongs exhibition is on display from October 17 through December 6, 2020, at the historic Carroll Mansion in Baltimore. More information about the venue can be found on the website.
About the Peale: The Peale is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit corporation established to restore the historic Peale Museum building as a center to celebrate the unique history of Baltimore, its people, and places. By creating a more inclusive cultural record of the city, the Peale aims to help people everywhere see Baltimore in a new light. The Peale currently also hosts exhibitions at the historic Carroll Mansion, located 1/2 mile from the Peale Building on Lombard Street. For more about the Peale, visit the website.
For more information, please visit the exhibition website www.rightsandwrongs.info where documentation of the exhibit and the artists’ biographical information will be available in mid-November. This project is organized by Baltimore artist and educator Lauren Frances Adams and has been financially supported in part by the Maryland State Arts Council and the Awesome Foundation.
Event Image: Installation view of the works of Erin Fostel and Jason Patterson, photo by Joe Hyde