Call and Response 2019

Summer & Fall 2019

Call & Response is a cumulative project that gathers a community of artists who share a commitment to the radical Black imagination as a means to re-examine the past and imagine a better future. Returning participants include textile artist Arianne King Comer, choreographer Reggie Wilson, interdisciplinary artist Portia Cobb, and chef and food scholar Scott Alves Barton. In 2019, we build the Call & Response community through residencies, exhibitions, performances, educational and public programs, and collaborations and site visits with new artists: visual artists Evelyn Patricia Terry and Rosemary Ollison; artist-in-residence and community organizer Kim Khaira; visual artist Daniel Minter; and performance collective Propelled Animals.

Related Exhibitions
Evelyn Patricia Terry: America's Favor/Guests Who Came to Dinner (and Stayed!), April 28-July 28
Rosemary Ollison: Prosperity in a Million Scraps, August 11-December 8
Related Events
Altered Books with Evelyn Patricia Terry, May 19, 10 am-3 pm
Family Free Day: Home, June 22, 10 am-4 pm
Arianne King Comer: Open-Air Indigo-Dyeing Studio, June 22-July 13
Propelled Animals: Residency, July 21-28
Family Free Day: Call & Response, July 27, 10 am-4 pm
Open Kitchen: Shapes of Arrival - Scents of Home: Sensorial Workshop, August 10, 1-3 pm
Milwaukee Kitchen: Road Trip Episode, August 11
Rosemary Ollison: Prosperity in a Million Scraps Opening Reception, August 11, 3-5 pm
Performance on the Porch: Scott Barton: Juba – Sanctuary, August 14, 6 pm
Performance on the Porch: Kyndal J. & Chris Olver, August 17, 4 pm
Open Kitchen: Shapes of Arrival - Scents of Home: Edible Installation & Conversation, August 24, 1-5 pm
Rosemary Ollison: Beyond Fashion, August 24, 5-7 pm
Open Kitchen: Shapes of Arrival - The Sensual Archive of Diasporic Peoples in Relation to the Naming of Things: A Lecture and Conversation, August 31, 1-3 pm
Klassik's "QUIET" Album Listening Event, November 21, 7 pm

For information on past Call & Response programming, click here.


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