Black Women in our Collective Culture

“Black Women in our Collective Culture” with Hermitage Fellows Delita Martin and Imani Perry, Friday, May 12, 6:30pm: Two acclaimed Hermitage Fellows – visual artist Delita Martin and author Imani Perry – share a common subject: redefining the role and representation that Black people and Black women occupy in our collective culture. Combining various creative practices such as collaging, drawing, painting, printmaking, and sewing techniques, Delita Martin has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Author of seven books including South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon Line to Understand the Soul of a Nation, Imani Perry is the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. Join these two incredible artists and educators on the Hermitage beach to hear and see insights into their important work. Registration is required at ($5/person registration fee). Hermitage Beach, 6660 Manasota Key Road, Englewood, FL 34223

At: Hermitage Artist Retreat

6660 Manasota Key Road
Englewood FL, 34223

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