Open Studios with Ọmọlará Williams McCallister

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Ọmọlará Williams McCallister (pronouns: o, love, beloved), VisArts’ inaugural Art and Social Justice Fellow, will hold virtual Open Studios from Manchester, New Hampshire’s Currier Museum of Art, where Ọ is the first Artist in the Community artist-in-residence. To kick off the open studios Ọmọlará will give a presentation on what it means to be a social justice fellow at 5PM on May 13.


As VisArts’ Art and Social Justice Fellow, Ọ is exploring how thoughtfully curated art, dialogue, communication, and collaborations between artists and communities can productively navigate political flashpoints, chronic systemic inequities, and entrenched perspectives to inspire change toward a more equitable, just, and inclusive society.


Drop in weekly on Zoom, Thursdays, May 13-June 10, 3:00 PM-7:00 PM (Eastern Time), for a unique opportunity to view O’s current work, learn about Ọ’s practice, and discuss Ọ’s projects with VisArts and the Currier Museum of Art.
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