Daniel Minter and Henry John Drewal in Conversation
The two will discuss Professor Drewal’s recent essay— Revelations: Bitter History, Enduring Spirit in the Art of Daniel Minter.
Minter is a painter, sculptor, and illustrator who uses art as a tool for dialogue with his community. His work reflects abiding themes of displacement and diaspora; ordinary/extraordinary blackness; spirituality in the Afro-Atlantic world; and the (re)creation of meanings of home.
Henry John Drewal has published several books and edited volumes and many articles on various aspects of African art.
This event is free and open to the public.