Writer/Curator Zelana Davis will give a gallery talk on race and identity in fine art galleries in conjunction with a multidisciplinary class titled “The Body.” Open to the public.
Zelana Davis, Exhibitions Manager at Boston Center for the Arts, has worked in museums and exhibitions for over 10years. 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. Zelana Davis received B.A. from Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida and her Masters in Art History from SCAD, Savannah, GA.