The reception for I AM MORE THAN MY HAIR takes place this Sunday, April 4, 2021 from 2-3pm. Councilmember Will Jawando will give the opening remarks, which will be followed by an interview of me at the museum and a short virtual tour. The tour will be followed by the Panel Discussion Making Art Accessible. ASL interpretation will be provided.
I am honored to be a host this amazing Panel, who include:
- Ann Cunningham – Moderator, Tactile Artist, Author
- Becky Emmert – Advocate, Activist, Speaker, Instructor
- Brandy “Unique the Deaf Dancer” Mimms –Deaf Dancer, Choreographer, Teacher, Motivational Speaker
- Cheryl Green – Multi-media Digital Artist, Captioner, Audio Describer
- Julie Hein – Educator, Biologist, Leader in Audio Description & Interpretative Development
- Marguerite Woods – Sculptor/Artist Teacher, President of the At-Large and Board member of the NFBMD
A closing poem will be recited by:
- Jeanetta Price – Founder and CEO of Blind Girl Magic LLC
This is the first time I’ve ever had an exhibition reception online. Although I miss in-person interactions, I am grateful that I have the opportunity to connect online. If you are able to join me for the reception and panel discussion, RSVP.
Unable To Attend? Ask Me A Question
Given that my reception happens on Easter Sunday, Sandy Spring Museum has created a form to submit questions for those unable to attend. Submit your question
I Am More Than My Hair Screening and Q&A
During the exhibition I will host a screening of I AM MORE THAN MY HAIR to take place on Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 2-3pm. It is open and free to the public. The screening will be followed by a Q&A.