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Postponed until May


Li Sumpter. Collage (detail). Courtesy of MythMedia Studios

$170; members $153

About the Class

Enter the multiverse of Afrofuturism through the lens of art and media, and consider critical perspectives on race and creative resistance. Who are some of the historical icons and emergent change agents connected to the movement? What makes Afrofuturism both a black aesthetic and a tool for social change? See the new myths and radical visions artists and activists from across the African diaspora are imagining into reality in pursuit of brighter, blacker futures.

Capacity: 75


Li Sumpter

Sumpter is a scholar of art, myth, and humanities with over 15 years in museum education. She teaches courses in curatorial studies, art history, and Afrofuturism at Moore College of Art & Design. A multidisciplinary artist engaged in community and social practice, Sumpter recently completed the 2018–19 Leeway x NextFab Art and Technology Residency.