BAM, MOCA's Black Art Matters lecture series, highlights Black culture, representation, and history through talks by noted curators, artists, and historians.
MOCA Jacksonville is pleased to present the Lecture Series Black Art Matters (BAM), bringing Black art and culture, representation and history as topics addressed through talks by noted artists, curators, and historians creating, thinking and writing from the heart of the perspective of the African American experience.
The BAM series presented its first lecture, by acclaimed artist Hank Willis Thomas, in May 2021. The Fall Season kicks off on September 14, with a virtual lecture by Allison M. Glenn, Senior Curator and Director of Public Art at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas.
BAM lectures have featured leading Black voices such as María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Charles Gaines, Tschabalala Self, Odili Donald Odita, Ebony G. Patterson and Kalup Linzy.
This series is sponsored by The Jessie Ball duPont Fund.REGISTER NOW