Tisch Family Gallery / Medford
The Black Studies Reading Room: Abolitionist Aesthetics
The Black Studies Reading Room is a monthly conversation on black lit, art, and ideas, organized by Jovonna Jones, PhD candidate in African & African American studies at Harvard University. Jones will host the discussion within Walls Turned Sideways.
Join us at the Black Studies Reading Room to discuss the role that art can play in the prison abolition movement. How does aesthetics become a mode of solidarity, narration, and world making for artists in and outside of prison walls?