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The BLACK Domestic Living Roomscape – Reading Time

April 28, 2024 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Talia Kimberly Wright,  The Black Domestic at SAIC | Artist Reading, 2023. Photo courtesy of Artist, Talia Kimberly Wright.

As part of  Indelible ORIGINS | Place + People The BLACK Domestic Living & Dining Roomscapes, the GREYSTONE Collective presents Reading Time, personal readings by artist and writer Talia Kimberly Wright.

The BLACK domestic living room is a place family gathers for cultural enrichment through conversations and literature. Utilizing memory, word, and material object, Wright’s work aims to bridge the gap between the ancestral, traditional, and regenerated lives of African Americans who have been a part of the Great Migration. As a writer of poetry and prose, Wright is interested in the ways physicality aids us in tactile processing—creating objects using fiber, ceramics, or paint, to speak life into written word on the page. Storytelling provides physical examples, experiences, and textures that represent a journey—a way to process intergenerational movement, healing, and resolve.

The GREYSTONE Collective is an established home and studio for Black Queer + Trans Makers located in the heart of Bronzeville, Chicago’s landmark Black Metropolis. Indelible ORIGINS | Place + People is a four-part public engagement series that celebrates the identity and creative narratives of The GREYSTONE Collective’s artists, makers, and guest collaborators while creating ancestral ties to the neighborhood’s historical Black makers—Ida B. Wells, Richard Wright, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Margaret Burroughs.

Indelible ORIGINS | Place + People is supported by Hyde Park Art Center’s Artists Run Chicago Fund as part of Art Design Chicago.

Free and open to the public. Space is limited, RSVP is required.

Details

Details

Date:
Sunday, April 28, 2024
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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Accessibility

Free Admission

Organizer

The GREYSTONE Collective
Email:
thegreystonecollective@gmail.com
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Region
South Side
Audience
Life-long Learners, Scholars
Accessibility
Free Admission
Event Topics
Activism, Community, LGBTQ+, Racial Identity, Social Justice, Women Artists

Venue

Locations

Location

The GREYSTONE Collective
4733 South Forrestville Avenue
Chicago, 60615
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