Community Voices in the Gallery: Identity Through the Lens of Nan Goldin’s Work

Community Voices in the Gallery: Identity Through the Lens of Nan Goldin’s Work

Image:
Nan Goldin (United States, born 1953), Cookie at Tin Pan Alley, NYC (detail), 1983, silver-dye bleach print, 25.75 x 38.5 inches. Courtesy of Nan Goldin and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York.

Join us for a conversation facilitated by artist and educator Terrence Wolfe; and Creative Director of Kesho Wazo art collaborative, David Thete.

Nan Goldin tells intimate stories that are deeply tied to the possibilities of human empathy. Experience this thought-provoking exhibition through facilitated conversations with Terrence Wolfe and David Thete following a gallery tour by a PMA educator. 

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What & When

February 15

7 p.m.to 8 p.m. - Pre-party and cocktail hour for #PMAbash Host Committee with artists from the 2018 Portland Museum of Art Biennial

8 p.m. to 10 p.m. - 2018 Winter Bash

Questions about the bash?

For more information, or to purchase tickets over the phone, please contact Ashleigh Hill, Special Events and Stewardship Associate at (207) 494-5346.