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Black Masculinity and the Black Speculative Arts Movement

11am–6pm: Activities and workshops
7pm: Keynote

The Black Speculative Arts Movement is rooted in creating counter-narratives and envisioning counter-futures based in black self-expression. Bringing together a variety of disciplines and philosophies, including Afrofuturism, black science fiction, and magical realism, the movement finds expression in comics, film, live performance, and other visual art forms. Join us for a day exploring the image of the black male within the context of the Black Speculative Arts Movement through a range of talks and workshops, culminating in a keynote lecture by Tommy Curry, professor of philosophy at Texas A&M University.

Sign Language interpretation will be provided at the keynote lecture portion of this program.

Presented in collaboration with Harris-Stowe State University and the Black Male Initiative.

When: Thursday, February 1 2018 at 11:00 am
Where: Throughout the Museum
How Much:Free
Exhibit(s): #1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis
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