Center for Black European Studies, Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

To support “Water Holds Memory,” a four-day convening exploring the reception of the works of Calida Rawles and Torkwase Dyson by non-US Black diasporic artists and thinkers in relation to their views of Blackness as well as how such reinterpretations might circulate back into the field of American art in the US. The convening includes artists and scholars from Europe, North America, South America, and the Caribbean. 

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