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Book Review: “Deborah Roberts: The Evolution of Mimi”

Book Review: “Deborah Roberts: The Evolution of Mimi”

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Be Your Own Muse is the Museum’s original podcast series featuring a range of celebrated artists, curators, and cultural producers. Since it launched in September 2016, Be Your Own Muse has recorded many important voices of our time including artists Firelei Báez, Vanessa German, Zanele Muholi, Howardena Pindell, Deborah Roberts, Renee Stout, Mickalene Thomas, and Lina Iris Viktor, as well as curators Erika Dalya Massaquoi, Ph.D., Renée Mussai, and Zoe Whitley, Ph.D. Tune in to hear about their personal journeys, careers, challenges, and triumphs in their own words.

David C. Driskell (1931 – 2020) was an artist, art historian, art collector, art teacher, author, curator, and advocate for African American art. Reflections on David C. Driskell’s Enduring Legacy, the newest episode of Be Your Own Muse, is a conversation between Andrea Barnwell Brownlee, Ph.D., Kirsten Pai Buick, Ph.D., Valerie Cassel Oliver, and Naima Keith.

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