robin holder

artist talk

Thursday, September 24, 5-6 pm EST

Free and open to the public via Zoom

Join us to learn about the socially grounded work of robin holder, a 2020 Clark Hulings Fund for Artists Executive Fellow. Holder works in series to address social injustice, building her multimedia imagery by layering painting, printmaking, digital imagery, and drawing. She will share her recent work in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, among other bodies of work.  Holder presented "Access and Inequities: I Hear You, Do You See Me" at Kentler International Drawing Space this year, see link below. Early in her career, holder served as MGC’s first Black artist in residence (1989) and was the Assistant Director at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop.    

VIEW FILES: prints by robin holder
Selections from the Kentler Flatfiles


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