Hello Question Bridge family!
With Spring in full force we’re excited to announce a variety of upcoming events and media highlights. Our programs are still going strong at Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Museum and Oakland Museum of California. If you’ve yet to view the exhibition, now’s a perfect time to bring a friend or talk to your local educators about setting up a school field trip.
IN THE NEWS
Question Bridge was recently featured on CNN’s InAmerica Blog in an article referencing the Trayvon Martin travesty. The Melissa Harris Perry Show also recently featured the Brooklyn Museum installation on MSNBC.com and Malihe Razazan included Chris Johnson in conversation with Nubia Bowe and Unity Lewis on KALW’s Your Call.
Sady Sullivan, the Brooklyn Historical Society’s Director of Oral History will lead a workshop on preserving family histories and personal stories for future generations.
Saturday, April 14 · 1–2 pm
OMCA IN-THE-MIX SERIES | BLACK MALE IDENTITY
Oakland Museum of California
Question Bridge artist and creator Chris Johnson will lead a conversation exploring ideas and themes in the Question Bridge: Black Males exhibition.
Thursday, April 26 · 4–6:30 pm
EVENING FOR EDUCATORS
Samara Gaev and Bayeté Ross Smith will lead an event built for educators. Find out how the program and online curriculum can support middle and high school students to develop visual and cultural literacy, resolve conflict and overcome estrangement.
Question Bridge: Black Males was created by Chris Johnson and Hank Willis Thomas, in collaboration with Bayeté Ross Smith and Kamal Sinclair. The executive producers are Delroy Lindo, Deborah Willis and Jesse Williams. Transmedia production by Innovent.
Photo: Brooklyn Museum exhibition, courtesy Brooklyn Museum.