Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 6 pm
Join us for a lively conversation with OJ Slaughter — a photographer, director and writer whose work centers on Black liberation. Using light, color and movement, the artist tells stories that come from the gut. Slaughter's work paints complete pictures of the history of right now, while also telling stories as accurately as possible and making sure people feel that their voices are heard.
This event is co-hosted by Trevor Smith, Associate Director – Multisensory Experience, Curator of the Present Tense, and Kerry Schneider, GenPEM and Development Communications Officer. Learn more about OJ Slaughter in this recent article from The Boston Globe.