Carpenter Center Conversations
In Conversation: Candice Lin, C. Riley Snorton, and Hentyle Yapp. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.
In Conversation: Kemi Adeyemi, Jessica Bell Brown, Lauren Haynes, and Jamillah James.Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.
In Conversation: Diedrick Brackens and Katherine Bradford. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.
In Conversation: David Reinfurt and Larissa Harris
In Conversation: Ja'Tovia Gary and Frank B. Wilderson III. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.
In Conversation: Cauleen Smith and Amber Esseiva. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.
In Conversation: Tony Cokes and Christoph Cox. Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.
When COVID-19 forced us to close our galleries in March of 2020, we began to think of ways we might share our programs with audiences at home. Thankfully, technology has allowed us to host artist talks online, but digital communion is bittersweet, and we found ourselves missing the tangible residues of in-person gatherings.
To that end, we are pleased to announce a new publishing initiative: Carpenter Center Conversations. For each of our virtual public programs, we will publish an edited transcript of the conversation as a pocket-sized booklet and make these booklets available for free by mail and as PDF downloads. Our hope is that these booklets will serve as a material record of our programming during this time of distance, as well as a future art historical resource.
Subscribe to Carpenter Center Conversations today and receive the forthcoming booklet as well as all subsequent booklets in the series. The next booklet to mail will be In Conversation: Kemi Adeyemi, Jessica Bell Brown, Lauren Haynes, and Jamillah James.
See the full list of forthcoming booklets and explore the archive of past conversations below.
To update your address or change your subscription status, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately, we are no longer able to fulfill new subscriptions for this program. A limited number of some of the booklets may be available at our front desk on Level 3.
Generous support for Carpenter Center programming is provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.