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Dive deeper into the world captured in Al Smith’s photographs with 30-minute gallery talks on the first Saturday of the month. Speakers will share their memories and personal connections to the histories recorded by Al Smith’s camera, bringing these vibrant images to life.
On the Spot Gallery Talks take place in the Walker Gallery at 11 am and 1 pm.
The June 2 On the Spot Gallery Talk speaker is Inye Wokoma — Inye Wokoma’s family has lived in the Central District since the 1940s. As a journalist and visual artist, Wokoma explores community history through personal narratives. His recent multi-media project, ‘An Elegant Utility’, maps the evolution of the black community in the Central District through oral histories gathered from family members.
Location: Walker Gallery
Cost: Free for MOHAI members / Included with museum admission