With Gwendolyn Everett, Associate Professor of Art History, Howard University
Elizabeth Catlett, sculptor and printmaker, was one of the most significant artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Born in Washington, DC in 1915, Catlett pioneered the rights of female artists. At a time when the art world was dominated by men Catlett asserted, “If I am not anything else, I prove that a black woman can be an artist.” Join us to learn more about the life and work of this remarkable woman.
Tuesday, October 27