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Dialogues in Monochrome

A green coat and a blue coat hang on a gallery wall.

This workshop and reception engage the themes of Monochrome Multitudes as catalyst for discussion with Smart Museum thought partners and community members. The evening program and exhibition serve as a “welcoming table” for dialogue around issues of art access, community engagement, and belonging.

In addition to cocktails and monochromatic bites, the evening also includes in-gallery performances of color-corresponding monologues from the choreopoem For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow is Enuff by Ntozake Shange.

FREE, but space is very limited. In addition to invited thought partners, a limited number of seats will be available to the public. Advanced registration is required. RSVP info will be available soon.


Image: Linda Montano, 7 Years of Living Art, and Another 7 Years of Living Art = 14 Years of Living Art (detail), 1984–1998, Performance relics, seven sets of coats each corresponding to the color of one of the seven chakras, Accompanied with seven pairs of shoes from the performance. Courtesy of Volatile [redux], Cincinnati, Ohio.