Exploring race through photography

The Pomona College Museum of Art held an Art After Hours Q&A with photographer Genevieve Gaignard on March 29. Gaignard, who defines herself as “a mixed-race woman,” makes photographs to tackle issues with cultural identity. The self-portrait artist stages environments to depict lives as a black and/or white person. / photo by Sara Flores
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Campus and community arts events for the week of March 13, 2020.
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