Winter 2024 Reception
California Museum of Photography & Culver Center of the Arts
On Saturday, February 10, 3-6pm, UCR ARTS hosts its Winter Reception. Come check out the current exhibitions, including Ballast: Recent Aesthetic Practices in Response to Anti-Blackness; The Impact of Images: Mamie Till’s Courage from Tragedy; and Whatever Happened to Dyno-Woman? at the Culver Center of the Arts, and Recent Acquisitions: Zoe Crosher; Telling Them Apart: Eileen Cowin & Jonesy; Jon Henry, Stranger Fruit; Every Day We Have to Invent the Reality of This World: AI Post Photography and Be A Man: Richard Allen May III’s Exploration of Black Masculinity in a White Patriarchal Society at the California Museum of Photography.
The reception is free and open to the public.
Please be advised that Telling Them Apart contains artwork about sex, sexuality, and implied violence.
Image: Installation view, Ballast: Recent Aesthetic Practices in Response to Anti-Blackness. Culver Center of the Arts. Photo by Nikolay Maslov.