Gallery conversation with artist Doug Barrett
Offered in conjunction with the exhibition Doug Barrett: Find Your Voice, September 7, 2021 – May 28, 2022 at the Beach Museum of Art. Barrett is a photographer and videographer based in Manhattan, Kansas. His work demonstrates how Gordon Parks continues to inspire contemporary artists. Barrett’s projects include interviewing, photographing, and telling the stories of homeless veterans, creating a collective portrait of the Yuma Street community of Manhattan, Kansas, and documenting the Black Lives Matter movement in Kansas.
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This event is part of the Beach Museum of Art's annual program series, Art in Motion: a tribute to Marianna’s love for lifelong learning! Marianna Kistler Beach believed in the value of art and the importance of cross-cultural understanding. The museum offers the Art in Motion programs in celebration of her work and leadership.
Support provided by Art Bridges.
Limited occupancy in the galleries to allow social distancing. Limited seating will be provided in the UMB theatre to view the event livestreamed. The Beach Museum of Art follows Kansas State University guidelines for COVID-19 health and safety procedures. For more information visit k-state.edu/covid-19.
Thursday, September 16 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm