Karen Hampton is an internationally recognized contemporary textile artist whose work engages with race and kinship within the African American diaspora. Her work Memories (1990), where she creatively experimented with the traditional structure of West African kente cloth, is featured in the exhibition, "Touching Roots: Black Ancestral Legacies in the Americas." Join us for this virtual studio visit, as Karen talks about her artistic practice, global travels, and deep knowledge of materials and techniques.

Co-organized by Curators Circles: Art of the Americas and Threads.

Virtual event hosted on Zoom

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Eligibility

Exclusively for members of Curators Circles: Art of the Americas and Threads