ZELANA DAVIS & JAMESON JOHNSON – In conversation

April 6, 2020

ZELANA DAVIS & JAMESON JOHNSON
Hosted by Professor Lillian Kology

Introductions by students Alexis Palmberg ’21 and Cameron Silva ’21

Zelana Davis –
Exhibitions Coordinator, Institute of Contemporary Art Boston (ICA)

Davis has worked in museums and exhibitions for over 10 years. As a writer and curator, Davis’ work focuses on challenging western notions about sexuality, spirituality, and ethnicity through the lens of critical museum theory. Formally an Instructor of Art History at an HBCU; Davis continues her enthusiasm for mentoring artists and art historians of the future.

Jameson Johnson –
Founder and Editor in Chief, Boston Art Review
http://bostonartreview.com

Boston Art Review (BAR) is an independent publication committed to facilitating active discourse around contemporary art in Boston. Boston Art Review’s engagement in the community fosters inter-institutional collaboration. Boston Art Review is proud to showcase writing, art, and perspectives from underrepresented individuals ranging from artists, scholars, students, curators, and the community at large.