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Writer and director Channing Godfrey Peoples will present a live online discussion for the Kimbell Art Museum's "Artist's Eye" series on Saturday, September 26, at 11 a.m. Filmed in her hometown of Fort Worth, Peoples’ critically acclaimed film Miss Juneteenth explores the hopes and deferred dreams of young Black women and the importance of family, culture and community.

The award-winning filmmaker will turn her cinematic eye toward selected works in the Kimbell’s permanent collection and deliver a conversation about art, creativity, and connection. Katherine Stephens, curatorial assistant, will moderate the program.

"The Artist's Eye" online program invites artists and architects to discuss works in the Kimbell's permanent collection or elements and features of its buildings. These practicing professionals share their special insights and relate older art or architecture to contemporary artistic concerns, including their own.

Writer and director Channing Godfrey Peoples will present a live online discussion for the Kimbell Art Museum's "Artist's Eye" series on Saturday, September 26, at 11 a.m. Filmed in her hometown of Fort Worth, Peoples’ critically acclaimed film Miss Juneteenth explores the hopes and deferred dreams of young Black women and the importance of family, culture and community.

The award-winning filmmaker will turn her cinematic eye toward selected works in the Kimbell’s permanent collection and deliver a conversation about art, creativity, and connection. Katherine Stephens, curatorial assistant, will moderate the program.

"The Artist's Eye" online program invites artists and architects to discuss works in the Kimbell's permanent collection or elements and features of its buildings. These practicing professionals share their special insights and relate older art or architecture to contemporary artistic concerns, including their own.

Writer and director Channing Godfrey Peoples will present a live online discussion for the Kimbell Art Museum's "Artist's Eye" series on Saturday, September 26, at 11 a.m. Filmed in her hometown of Fort Worth, Peoples’ critically acclaimed film Miss Juneteenth explores the hopes and deferred dreams of young Black women and the importance of family, culture and community.

The award-winning filmmaker will turn her cinematic eye toward selected works in the Kimbell’s permanent collection and deliver a conversation about art, creativity, and connection. Katherine Stephens, curatorial assistant, will moderate the program.

"The Artist's Eye" online program invites artists and architects to discuss works in the Kimbell's permanent collection or elements and features of its buildings. These practicing professionals share their special insights and relate older art or architecture to contemporary artistic concerns, including their own.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://www.kimbellart.org/event/artists-eye-8?date=2020-09-26T11:00:00

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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