PROTECT BLACK WOMEN | Late Space | Visual Art, Politics | Pittsburgh City Paper

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Uploaded by Derek Singletary
Kamara Townes is probably better known to locals as Wavy Wednesday, her professional name. If not, that’s soon to change. An emerging artist with something to say, Wednesday’s first solo exhibit figures to get people talking. Protect Black Women: A Solo Exhibition by Wavy Wednesday is unlikely to tread carefully, as Wednesday’s works tend to survey popular culture and send unmistakable messages about Black women in America. And given some of the messages being sent from the highest levels of power in America, voices such as Wednesdays have never been more necessary. Hear hers by visiting these painted and installation works at Late Space.

Venue Details

  • Late Space

    5013 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh Garfield


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