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Black Scholars on Black Lives Lecture: kYmberly Keeton, "Collective Relevance: Curating Black Art & History through Independent Archival Praxis"
Description: Participants will be introduced to ART | library deco, an online African American virtual art library archiving the visual experience of art, literature, and history through the eyes of artists and institutions in the United States and abroad. The virtual art library stores exhibitions, collections, events, and curates art news for patrons to access daily. All participants will receive a complimentary six-month subscription to the art library. 

kYmberly Keeton is a native Texan, a nationally published writer, an art librarian & archivist, and genealogy curator. By day, the American Library Association (ALA) Emerging Leader and Library Journal 2020 Mover & Shaker is the African American Community Archivist & Librarian at the Austin History Center, Austin Public Library. Independently, Keeton is the Chief Artistic Officer of NOVELLA MEDIA, a creative multimedia production company and the founder of ART | library deco. Currently, the writer is pursuing a PhD in Data Science at the University of North Texas. The creative interdisciplinary mixologist can be seen on the regular with her dog, Roxy Blue. And if nothing else, kYmberly is always taking time to read books, write hooks, and design the next…

Feb 17, 2021 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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