Seeing White: Unraveling Systemic Racism

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About the journey

The Art Kettle is hosting a unique art-making experience with a powerful podcast as its map. John Biewen's Seeing White is a Peabody-nominated podcast that explores the hidden strands of systemic racism woven into the very fabric of American society. Artists will gather weekly to listen to an episode, engage in group discussion, and respond by creating their own artwork. At the end of the series, the body of work will be showcased at the Art Kettle in the Seeing White: Unraveling Systemic Racism exhibit. Our hope is to build understanding, inspire empathy and improve race relations among a variety of communities.

Join this collaborative artistic inquiry into unraveling systemic racism in America. Interdisciplinary groups of artists are forming now.

Dates and Locations

Discussion Groups Meet January 21 - April 15, 2019
Weekly meetings will be approximately 2 hours long.

Specific meeting times and locations will be determined after surveying the availability of the interested artists.

Show Open: Autumn 2019

The final exhibit will be hosted by the Art Kettle, located at 121 West Main Street, Manchester, Michigan.

Yes, I am interested in being a Seeing White artist.