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Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood Artist Panel Discussion with Dr. Martha Bireda, Shawana Brooks, and Dr. Lori LeeFlagler College, Ringhaver Student Center, Virginia Room 50 Sevilla Street, Saint Augustine, FL
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum: Flagler College is hosting a panel discussion featuring writer and curator Shawana Brooks, scholar Dr. Martha Bireda (Blanchard House of African History and Culture), and Dr. Lori Lee (Flagler College). In conjunction with the exhibition "Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood," Dr. Bireda will present on slave breeding and the resistance of enslaved women. This will be followed by a discussion with Dr. Lee
Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood Artist PanelFlager College - Ringhaver Student Center Gamache-Koger Theater 50 Sevilla Street, Saint Augustine, FL
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum: Flagler College is hosting a panel discussion featuring writer and curator Shawana Brooks, and visual artists Marsha Hatcher, Cheryl McCain, and Tatiana Phoenix. They will discuss their work included in the exhibition "Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood," on view at the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center and the St. Augustine Historic Society's Tovar House from April 1 - 30, 2022. The exhibition "Magic,
Finger Mullet Film FestivalCrisp-Ellert Art Museum 48 Sevilla St, St. Augustine, FL
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM) and Flagler College are hosting the Second Annual Finger Mullet Film Festival to be held at the museum Thursday, May 18 through Saturday, May 20. The festival kicks off on May 18 with a screening of short video works by New York-based visual artists Ilana Harris-Babou, followed by a panel discussion with the artist, Dr. Lori Lee, Kenand Distinguished Professor of Liberal Education in Anthropology,