Alumni featured in PADA conversation series
September 11, 2018
Don't miss alumni Melanie Stevens and Samantha Wall with Lisa Jarrett and Ashley Stull Meyers for the latest installment in the Portland Art Dealers Association Art Conversations series entitled Collecting Power: Art, Agency, and Community at Russo Lee Gallery September 20 6pm.
The invitation says: All women of color, all transplants to the Portland area, and all actively involved in the northwest visual art scene, the panelists will take us on a wide-ranging discussion of their experiences, struggles, and frustrations in navigating a predominantly white visual art world in Portland and beyond, as well as their hopes and their vision for the role that the visual arts can play in creating a more diverse and inclusive community in which to work and thrive.
This is the seventh installment of PADA's Art Conversations 2018, a monthly series of gallery talks focused on art collecting and the arts ecology of Portland, which will continue through December 2018.
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