#1960Now featured in the exhibiton 'Let Us March On' at Boston University Art Galleries

Happy to announce #1960Now is featured in the exhibition, 'Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom.' Organized and curated LaTanya S. Autry at Boston University Art Galleries. Come join us at the gallery talk Wednesday, March 14, 6:00pm at Stone Gallery. Discussion, African American women in the Civil Rights Movement then and now. PARTICIPANTS: La Tanya S. Autry, Curator of Art and Civil Rights at the Mississippi Museum of Art and Tougaloo College; Dr. Ashley Farmer, Assistant Professor of History and African American Studies, Boston University; Sheila Pree Bright, Visual Cultural Producer/Artist Exhibition closing reception will immediately follow the event.

35 Photographers to Watch: Celebrating International Women’s Day 2018

Happy to announce I'm one of the 35 Women Photographers to Watch in 2018. Nominated by Lesley Martin the Creative Director and Publisher at Aperture Foundation. "A couple of weeks ago, we sent out an email asking a wide range of experts to share the names of female and female-identifying photographers who have inspired them recently. “Who’s been on your mind lately?” we asked. “Who has made a strong impression on you?” The outpouring of praise, affirmation, admiration, and advocacy that we received in return lit a fire in my chest that only grew as I dug into the work by these accomplished women." - LenCulture Image is from the #1960Now Series.

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