Greg Tate, Neo-Hoodoo Imaginations And Hollering Bebop Ghosts In The Southern Black Visionary Tradition



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Using the art and life of Thornton Dial as a point of departure, this public forum, held on April 8, 2011, explored the status of African American artists within the mainstream contemporary art world, an examination that reflects broader social, economic, and political “hard truths” within society at large. It explored the relevance of black creative expression to issues of social justice across racial boundaries.

Greg Tate is a cultural critic and musician.

Other forum speakers included:
Joanne Cubbs- Introduction
Fred Moten
Julian Bond
Theaster Gates
Franklin Sirmans

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