VIRTUAL ARTIST TALK: ANTONIO MCAFEE, ERIN FOSTEL, AND MCKINLEY WALLACE III
Thursday, November 19, 2020 | 6:30pm-8:00pm
Join us for an online artist talk with local Baltimore artists Antonio McAfee, Erin Fostel, and McKinley Wallace III, presented in conjunction with the group exhibition, Rights and Wrongs: Citizenship, Belonging, and the Vote, at the Carroll Mansion. The works in the exhibition bring the viewers’ attention to the complexities and contradictions of the history of voting rights and civil right struggles as well as the ways that these struggles continue both in Baltimore and across the United States. In conversation, these three artists will discuss their research processes, material methodologies, and how place informs their artistic practice.
View the YouTube recording of the event