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Arts & Appetizers with Koren Martin
Thursday Sept 8
4:00 - 5:30PM EDT

Do we all see artworks in the same way? How do we find meaning in works of art? Can that meaning change? How does our own life experience affect the way we view the world? Viewing and discussing works of art together, this class will engage participants in discovering how to look at art. A variety of activities that help provide differing perspectives will encourage us to think about our responses, assumptions, and our thinking. Come with us for an adventure in looking- and seeing!

KOREN MARTIN is a photographer and arts administrator originally from Atlantic City, NJ. Her work is a mixture of candid portraiture and immersive documentary photography. She has passion for highlighting the beauty and strength of the African Diaspora. Her current photo series “Birthing The Resistance” is a celebration of Black Mothers that are involved in activism.

She has received an honorable mention in MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, an exclusive and commemorative biannual journal committed to establishing and representing a collective voice of women photographers of African descent. Her work has been featured in the anthology “How We Stay Free”, MFON exhibition “Altar: Prayer, Ritual, Offerings.”at Photoville, The Chrysler Museum Exhibition “Come Together, Right Now: The Art of Gathering”, Puffin Foundation Exhibition “Election, 2020” and the Harlem Arts Alliance/CUNY-Black Studies exhibition “Black (W)omen: Seen It Before.”

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