Welcome to the Nasher Museum Podcast! This series of episodes features artists whose work is part of the exhibition Reckoning and Resilience: North Carolina Art Now. The artists are in conversation with members of the community. Episodes will be added throughout the exhibition, on view through July 10, 2022.
Artist Kimberley Pierce Cartwright (left) strikes a pose with textile designer Andrea Carter in front of Cartwright's work in the exhibition Reckoning and Resilience: North Carolina Art Now. Photo by J Caldwell.
Artist Steven M. Cozart, who lives in Greensboro, N.C., and whose works on paper are part of Reckoning and Resilience: North Carolina Art Now, is in conversation with Trina Jones, the Jerome N. Culp Distinguished Professor of Law at Duke Law School. Photo by J Caldwell.
Artist Saba Taj and Labor Organizer Chanelle Croxton
Artist Antoine Williams (left) is in conversation with poet and performance artist Dasan Ahanu in this episode of the Nasher Museum Podcast.
Welcome to the Nasher Museum Podcast! This episode features artist Jessica Clark, who lives and works in Asheville and is a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, and whose paintings are part of Reckoning and Resilience: North Carolina Art Now. She is in conversation with Nancy Strickland Fields, also a member of the Lumbee Tribe, who is director and curator of The Museum of the Southeast American Indian in Pembroke.
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