Atlanta-based photographer Tokie Rome-Taylor is interested in ethnography, identity, and representation. Her images of Black and brown children re-examine history and tradition, through photographic portraits that counter the propaganda of inaccurate, stereotypical, subjugated, and inferior historical depictions of people of color.
Join us in the J. Sanford Miller Family Gallery. Light refreshments to follow.
Sponsored by the Arts Endowment through the Office of the Provost and the Vice Provost for the Arts.