Faith Ringgold, Sonny’s Bridge, 1986 (detail). Acrylic on canvas with printed and pieced fabric, 84 ½ x 60 in. (214.6 × 152.4 cm). High Museum of Art; Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Balser. © Faith Ringgold / ARS, NY and DACS, London, courtesy ACA Galleries, New York 2021
Come together with fellow visitors for close looking and conversation focused on the art of “Faith Ringgold American People.” On this live, forty-five-minute Zoom tour, Teaching Fellow Sumeja Tulic will share exhibition artworks, exclusive digital content, and behind-the-scenes insights into the art of this American icon.
Registration for this participatory online event is at capacity. If you would like to watch, you can access a livestream of the program on YouTube. We hope you will join us there!
You can also sign up for the next Virtual Tour on June 3.
New Museum Teaching Fellow (2021–2022) Sumeja Tulic (b. 1985, Tripoli, Libya) is a writer and photographer living and working in New York City. She grew up in Libya and Bosnia and worked as a legal activist in post-war former Yugoslavia for a decade, then shifted her focus to restorative and generative visual and textual storytelling forms. She was a Magnum Foundation Human Rights and Photography fellow (2014) and is currently in the Whitney Independent Study Program. Her writing has appeared in the British Journal of Photography, Hyperallergic, Brooklyn Rail, and Degree Critical. Tulic holds an MFA in Writing and Criticism from the School of Visual Arts; an MA in Journalism from CUNY Graduate School of Journalism; and a BA in Law and an MA in Human Rights and Democracy from the University of Sarajevo and the University of Bologna.
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New Museum Digital Initiatives are generously supported by Hermine and David B. Heller.
We gratefully acknowledge the Bowery Council of the New Museum for its support of Education and Public Engagement Programs.
This program is made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Support for “Faith Ringgold: American People” can be viewed here.
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