“Art and Race Matters: The Career of Robert Colescott,” (2022) installation view. Photo: New Museum
Come together with fellow visitors for close looking and conversation focused on “Art and Race Matters: The Career of Robert Colescott.” During this live, forty-five-minute Zoom tour led by a Teaching Artist, we will ask questions, view artworks, and engage in conversation about Robert Colescott’s work.
troizel (they/she/troizel) is black + alive and the queerness of this fact means more than these words can express. A thinker + doer, they received their Bachelor of Art in Theater Studies and Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies from Emory University and Masters of Art and of Philosophy in Performance Studies from New York University, where they are currently finishing their PhD in Performance Studies. troizel is an alumnx of the Hemispheric Institute for Performance & Politics’ Emerging Artists Program and the Studio Museum in Harlem’s Museum Education Practicum. Their art and writings have appeared in NPR, loose cornrows, Black Agenda Report, and Studio Magazine. Currently, they serve as managing editor of women & performance: a journal of feminist theory.
Virtual tours featuring different current exhibitions are offered once a month. Upcoming dates, times, and information are listed on our events calendar.
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