Lecture Video: “Resolving Tensions Over Race & Representation in Public Art”

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A recording of Tuesday’s luncheon is available here. We hope you find it as fascinating at we did. Please share with anyone who might be interested!

NCAC’s virtual luncheon explored the various approaches to resolving tensions around such work–including shrouding or relocating artworks, commissioning new works, innovative course offerings, and public programs.


Karyn Olivier, Artist and Associate Professor of Sculpture at Temple University, Philadelphia

Adriene Lim, Dean of Libraries at the University of Maryland, College Park

Anthony Huffman, Brooklyn-based scholar, curator, and cultural critic 

Presented by the National Coalition Against Censorship

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