2021 CatchLight Fellows use visual art to spark new conversations, engage communities, and foster nuanced representation. Koral Carballo investigates what persists of Afro-Mexican identity and traditions; Roopa Gogineni focuses on historical memory, that of her family from India and of the American South; Bayeté Ross Smith visually explores the impact of domestic terrorism and racial violence in modern America and Daniela Zalcman pushes for more diverse voices in the media through the platform Women Photograph.
On Thursday June 24, at 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST, join us for an intimate meet and greet with our 2021 class of Fellows Koral Carballo, Roopa Gogineni, Bayeté Ross Smith, and Daniella Zalcman. Tune in to learn more about their journey's as visual storytellers and the questions that drive their work, see some of their current projects and ask questions. This will be an interactive zoom meeting space to connect, co-inspire, and learn more deeply about our next class of Fellows.