Ray Warren Art Show and Zine Encourage Conversations About Race and Beauty

By Emma Grillo /// Staff WriterTry12-e1411017844308-1024x114

On Monday, Nov. 10, four Lewis & Clark students will begin the lengthy process of converting Stamm Dining Room into an art gallery. However, this is no ordinary art show. Along with the speaker series, the symposium puts on an art show, where pieces will be tackling the topics of race, beauty and desire.

Hibaq Adan (’15), Ian Blair (’15), Maya Flint (’15), and Lesedi Khabele-Stevens (’17) are the art show curators for this year’s symposium art show. After undergoing an interview process to become art curators, they issued a call for submissions. They received submissions from 13 different artists, both on and off campus, with each artist submitting anywhere from a few pieces to a complete body of work.


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