not but nothing other: African-American Portrayals, 1930s to Today

McArthur Binion and Elizabeth Abston, Curator at Mississippi Museum of Art, explore the ways that personal histories shape artist practice.

"Using the Mississippi landscape and its literary precedents as the backdrop of the conversation, this panel looks at how drawing on memories of a place expands upon contemporary readings of identity, memory, history, and even myth." Click here to watch the video.

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