March 11, 2016 - 7:36 am
African American artist, Kehinde Wiley, captivates audiences with his work. He’s a seasoned artist but many are meeting him for the first time through his exhibit, A New Republic, on display at the Seattle Art Museum. The Seattle Art Museum was intentional in choosing to open Wiley’s exhibit during Black History Month. They were also intentional about choosing partners to create relevant programming for the exhibit. Sonya Green spoke with SAM’s Kayla Skinner Deputy Director for Education + Public Programs, Regan Pro and with Seattle’s Office of Arts & Culture, Arts Education Manager Lara Davis. Lara works with Creative Advantage, one of SAM’s community partners.
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