"Mercy, Mercy Me": How African American Artists Addressed the Environment

Location
Zoom Cloud Meeting
Host Organization
Fine Arts Society of Peoria

From earthworks to recycled art, an increasing number of African American artists have turned their creative energies to the earth, its resources, and issues of sustainability and social justice. Artist Juarez Hawkins will explore the myriad ways several artists addressed the environment in their work.

Hawkins is also an educator and curator. She holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Columbia College Chicago. She has exhibited widely throughout Chicago, taught at several Chicago-area schools, and organized exhibitions at a variety of galleries. She currently teaches art history at Chicago State University. Hawkins is a member of Sapphire and Crystals, a collective of African American female artists in Chicago.

Thursday, February 11 at 10:00am, Live via Zoom with Q&A.

Informational bibliography prepared by the Peoria Public Library.

There is no charge, as our gift to the community, made possible by membership dues and donations.

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