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    Changing the Lens of Representation

    This one-of-a-kind panel of award-winning artists from Spelman College talk about their approach to creativity and address the changing creative landscape.

    Myra Greene
    Artist & Professor, Spelman College
    Julie Dash
    Award-Winning Filmmaker; Distinguished Professor, Spelman College
    Aku Kadogo
    Director, Choreographer & Chair, Spelman Theatre Department
    T Lang
    Choreographer & Founding Department Chair, Spelman Dance

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    Changing the Lens: Lessons from Spelman’s Award-Winning Artists

    T Lang
    Choreographer & Founding Department Chair, Spelman Dance
    Julie Dash
    Award-Winning Filmmaker; Distinguished Professor, Spelman College
    Myra Greene
    Artist & Professor, Spelman College
    Aku Kadogo
    Director, Choreographer & Chair, Spelman Theatre Department

    The way an artist sees and makes sense of the world directly informs their work. As more women of color gain traction and notoriety across different fields, a new era of creativity is taking hold in all mediums, from dance to film to music. In this special engagement with the historic Spelman College, you will get a an inside-look at the process and journey of four radical artists who have been leading the charge to change who is represented—and how—in art around the world.