Photos at Noon: Race and Representation

MoCP Print Study Room

About The Event

Get to know the museum's collection this summer with a series of public print viewings.  Drop in to learn about some of the museum’s best works that are normally behind closed doors and meet fellow photography enthusiasts.

In this session, Sheridan Tucker Anderson, MoCP curatorial fellow for diversity in the arts, will lead a print viewing on race and representation. This print viewing introduces a range of photographs that focus on the wide spectrum of identities present among those of African descent–both on the continent of Africa and within the African Diaspora–and seeks to challenge stereotypical portrayals common in popular culture, as well as offer a more diverse and inclusive view of the collection.