Beyond the Underground Railroad: Visually Relocating American History and Culture from a Black Perspective
Wednesday, May 10th
Location: Sedona Public Library – Si Birch Community Room
Join a free community conversation facilitated by Stephen Marc, photographer, artist, and ASU Professor of Art. Attendees will discuss several issues: why the Underground Railroad (UGRR) and the legacy of slavery are still important in today’s society; connections between the UGRR and the West; and contemporary racial issues that face this country.
Stephen Marc is a Professor of Art in the Herberger Institute’s School of Art at Arizona State University. He is a photographer and digital montage artist. His research and publication, Passage on the Underground Railroad, is a registered interpretative program of the Network to Freedom division of the National Park Service. He is currently working on a photographic overview of American life and culture.
Partners: Sedona Public Library and ASU School or Art