PROTECT BLACK WOMEN: Artist Talk with Kamara Townes (Wavy Wednesday) | Late Space | Politics, Visual Art, Exhibits | Pittsburgh City Paper
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PROTECT BLACK WOMEN: Artist Talk with Kamara Townes (Wavy Wednesday) 

When: Sat., Oct. 20, 7-9 p.m. 2018
Phone: 413-687-9760
Price: FREE
Protect Black Women is the first solo exhibition by emerging artist Kamara Townes, who goes professionally by Wavy Wednesday. Her work has been featured on public murals in Clairton, Brian Burley’s “YNGBLKPGH” book, and popular social media sites Afropunk and The Shade Room. In this exhibit of both painting and installation, she uses her works, which are a highly contemporary survey of popular culture, to send a strong, positive message about Black Women in America, as seen through their eyes. More than anything, Wavy Wednesday’s artwork and Protect Black Women, the exhibition, represent the NOW.


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