Artist Conversation: Ebony G. Patterson with Erricka Bridgeford

March 28 · 6:00pm – 7:15pm
Free
5c7d92513f075 Artist Conversation: Ebony G. Patterson with Erricka Bridgeford 2019-28-03.ebony.g.patterson /images/exhibitions/small/patterson.jpg /images/exhibitions/small/patterson.jpg Ebony G. Patterson, ...and babies too..., 2016-2018, mixed media jacquard woven tapestry with digitally-embroidered appliques, hand-embellished cast glass shoes, and toys mounted on custom painted wood plinth, 120 x 58 in. (304.8 x 147.3 cm). Made in collaboration with Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia. Courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago

Ebony G. Patterson, ...and babies too..., 2016-2018, mixed media jacquard woven tapestry with digitally-embroidered appliques, hand-embellished cast glass shoes, and toys mounted on custom painted wood plinth, 120 x 58 in. (304.8 x 147.3 cm). Made in collaboration with Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia. Courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago

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Join us for an in-depth conversation with artist Ebony G. Patterson and Erricka Bridgeford, a leading conflict mediator and co-organizer of the Baltimore Ceasefire 365 movement. They will explore the powerful ways that Patterson’s work commemorates the lives of young people lost to violence and contextualize this within a longer colonial history of violence.

The conversation will be moderated by Cecilia Wichmann, Curator of the BMA’s exhibition Ebony G. Patterson:...for little whispers....

From 5-6 p.m., enjoy after-hours access to ...for little whispers ... and a reception sponsored by The Joshua Johnson Council, one of the oldest museum-affiliated groups dedicated to African American art. Learn more about the JJC from Members at the reception.

Join us for an in-depth conversation with artist Ebony G. Patterson and Erricka Bridgeford, a leading conflict mediator and co-organizer of the Baltimore Ceasefire 365 movement. They will explore the powerful ways that Patterson’s work commemorates the lives of young people lost to violence and contextualize this within a longer colonial history of violence.

The conversation will be moderated by Cecilia Wichmann, Curator of the BMA’s exhibition Ebony G. Patterson:...for little whispers....

From 5-6 p.m., enjoy after-hours access to ...for little whispers ... and a reception sponsored by The Joshua Johnson Council, one of the oldest museum-affiliated groups dedicated to African American art. Learn more about the JJC from Members at the reception.

Ebony G. Patterson, ...and babies too..., 2016-2018, mixed media jacquard woven tapestry with digitally-embroidered appliques, hand-embellished cast glass shoes, and toys mounted on custom painted wood plinth, 120 x 58 in. (304.8 x 147.3 cm). Made in collaboration with Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia. Courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago

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