Open daily throughout the symposium, Stamm Dining Room.
Please enjoy the exhibit when sessions are not in progress in Stamm.
Curated by L&C students Maya Hernandez ’19 and Will Sarvis ’19
The Ray Warren Symposium Art Exhibit explores the ways in which racial and ethnic identities are negotiated through history and memory. The participating visual artists address identity as a fluctuating and diverse comprehension of the individual and collective self, as it is defined by oneself and others. These works unpack the manner in which racial and/or ethnic identity is composed over time through storytelling and collective memory. In dialogue with one another, the pieces displayed in the art show call for thoughtful reflection regarding how we remember, and how, in turn, such remembrance shapes the way in which we see ourselves.