Black Panther – Wakanda Forever with Lisa Henry
FREE • Sunday, January 29 • 1–3 PM
Zoom. Register at: https://tinyurl.com/BlacklandiaWakanda
This program will be a community discussion and an opportunity to consider some the main themes of the film Wakanda Forever. Topics include Afro-futurism, pop-culture, Black exceptionalism, commemoration and grief. There will also be time for participants to respond to select writing prompts and to share their work.
Lisa Henry, is a curator based in Riverside, California. Henry has been a guest curator for institutions on both the east and west coasts. She has also worked with Riverside Art Museum on several projects including the exhibitions Brenna Youngblood: Lavender Rainbow, Sheila Pree Bright: #1960Now, and June Edmonds: Rhythmic Inquisitions. Henry is on the steering committee for the Blacklandia Event Series and has led workshops including “June Edmonds and the Legacy of the American Abstract Painting” which she co-taught with art historian Richard Allen May III.
The Riverside Art Museum strives to integrate art into the lives of people in a way that engages, inspires, and builds community by presenting thought-provoking exhibits and providing quality art classes that instill a lifelong love of the arts.
Inlandia workshops and events are supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at www.arts.ca.gov.