Cost: Free, Tickets Required

Symposium – The Kamoinge Workshop: Collaboration, Community and Photography

Fri, Mar 20 | 2–8 pm | Auditorium, ICA at VCU
Sat, Mar 21 | 10 am–3:30 pm | Leslie Cheek Theater, VMFA

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, in partnership with VCU School of the Arts and ICA, VCU, is hosting a symposium in conjunction with the special exhibition, Working Together: Louis Draper and the Kamoinge Workshop.

This two-day program will feature panel discussions with Kamoinge artists and scholars to contextualize and address Kamoinge’s role in the history of 20th-century photography, and the Black Arts Movement, as well as address the social and professional challenges faced by black photographers working in the field.    

Symposium Day One
Fri, Mar 20 | 2–8 pm | Auditorium, ICA at VCU
Free, tickets required.

The first day of the program will be hosted at VCU, ICA.

Register for Day One

Symposium Day Two
Sat, Mar 21 | 10 am–3:30 pm | Leslie Cheek Theater, VMFA
Free, tickets required.

The second day of the program will be hosted at VMFA.

Register for Day Two

The Symposium is hosted in partnership with VCU School of the Arts and ICA at VCU in conjunction with the special exhibition, Working Together: Louis Draper and the Kamoinge Workshop. Educational programs for the exhibition are generously supported by the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond.