Upcoming Panel Discussion: Curating Black Experiences

From Classics to New Works:
Curating Black Experiences in Museums, Theatres, and New Territories

Thursday, May 9
Lathrop Gallery, Hood Museum of Art

What are the limitations and possibilities of curating a season of black theatre, curating a story of black experiences, curating a course or a museum exhibit on black culture, etc.? What resources do black artists bring to the table in spite of the white supremacist power structures with which we have to contend? With Jarvis Green, Producing Artistic Director and Founder of JAG Productions, Vermont's first black theatre production company; Miranda Haymon, Princess Grace Award/Honoraria-winning writer, director and deviser of performance; and Monica White Noudounou, Associate Professor of Theatre and Convener of the 2018 International Black Theatre Summit.
This conversation is sponsored by the Hood Museum of Art, the Leslie Center for the Humanities, DCAL, The Department of Theater, The CRAFT Institute, and the Dartmouth Society of Fellows.