Upcoming Programs

Homecoming @ Home: Alumnae, Social Justice, and Art
Homecoming @ Home: Alumnae, Social Justice, and Art

Join us for a lively discussion about how art and civic engagement align to advance humanity and promote Black female sovereignty. Our Curator of Education, Makeba Dixon-Hill, C’2003 will be in conversation with activist Mary Pat Hector, C’2019 and celebrated visual artist Calida Rawles, C’1998. Leading up to the program, Anne Collins Smith, C’1996, our Curator of Collections, will highlight works from the Spelman College collection that heighten the power and principles of social justice on our social media platforms.

This program is organized in collaboration with the Spelman College Office of Alumnae Engagement for Undaunted: Homecoming @ Home. Visit https://www.spelman.edu/about-us/news-and-events/annual-events/homecoming to see the entire schedule and register to view and engage in the conversation

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Featured Programs

Inside Black Image Corporation:
Danielle Brockington
November 17, 2020
Specializing in digital content creation, ideation, and design social media management, Danielle Brockington will build a virtual public engagement artwork inspired by the cabinets found in Black Image Corporation: and populated by YOU!


To inspire and enrich the Spelman College community and the general public primarily through art by and about women of the African Diaspora.  


in the Camille Olivia Hanks Cosby, Ed.D. Academic Center

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The Museum is closed until further notice due to COVID-19.

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