COMMUNITY VOICES: A PUBLIC DIALOGUE
Every Thursday at 5pm during Portraits and Other Likenesses from SFMOMA, join us for Community Voices: A Public Dialogue, when a creative thinker from the Bay Area cultural community will reflect on the exhibition’s themes of identity, representation, space and diaspora and how these themes inspire their own practice. The talks take place in the galleries for a maximum of 30 minutes.
Cheryl Dunye, who will lead our inaugural public dialogue, is a filmmaker who has made over 15 films that investigate the intersection of race, class and gender in the lives of queer women of color. She has an MFA from Rutgers University and presently is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Cinema at San Francisco State University.
Free with MoAD Admission