GN Crew and Street Theory
PUBLIC ART: THE MYSTERY, THE MAGIC, AND THE MAKING FEATURING GN CREW BOSTON AND STREET THEORY
Thursday, April 21, 2022 | 6pm - 7:45pm | Tower Auditorium
This year the Office of Justice, Equity, & Transformation and Academic Affairs are guiding the Tyrone Maurice Adderley lectures into the next generation. We renew our focus to elevate a platform for artists, scholars, and thinkers identified from the African diaspora to help us live our values in pursuit of a just, compassionate, and equitable learning environment.
To take us further, this year we launched the Tyrone Maurice Adderley Artists in Residence program which expands the lectures by supporting opportunities to learn from artists, be in community, and engage with expansive ideas of art and the creative process.
Our inaugural artists in residence are GN Crew Boston, who have over 30 years of experience between them creating mural art in Boston and beyond. The GN Crew shared a glimpse into their process of generating ideas from concept to execution and students had an opportunity to learn about their process in a Black Book session where concepts begin to take shape. Go behind the scenes with the GN Crew and students.
The panel conversation will also include Liza Quiñonez from Street Theory who has curated murals across the city. CACP Associate Director Ekua Holmes is moderating.