A Constellation of Blackness: Rendering Invisibility, Hypervisibility, Devaluation, and Triumph, A lecture by Veronica Jackson

The artist stands with her arms crossed gazing at the camera in front of 3 large panels bordered in white with several identical black rectangles in rows
Tuesday, March 21, 2023, 6:30 p.m.
Free Admission
General Admission

Veronica Jackson, curator of the current exhibition in the PVCC Gallery, has spent her professional life focused on the language of visual storytelling through her work as an exhibit and design professional in Washington D.C. A graduate of UVa architecture school, she returned to school to earn a Masters in Visual and Critical Studies from California College of Art in San Francisco.

Jackson’s own art is text-based work that is autobiographical and critically visualizes gender and race in America. Believing deeply in the transformational power of the visual world, she also curates exhibitions that ensure that stories like her own, as a Black woman living in America, are part of the broader visual cultural conversation.