The Inspiring Conversations Podcast

A Visit With Artists Letitia Huckaby And Skip Hill About Their Upcoming Exhibit At 108 Contemporary--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Youtube Channel-Link Below

March 25, 2021 Real, Meaningful Conversations From The Real World
The Inspiring Conversations Podcast
A Visit With Artists Letitia Huckaby And Skip Hill About Their Upcoming Exhibit At 108 Contemporary--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Youtube Channel-Link Below
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The Inspiring Conversations Podcast
A Visit With Artists Letitia Huckaby And Skip Hill About Their Upcoming Exhibit At 108 Contemporary--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Youtube Channel-Link Below
Mar 25, 2021
Real, Meaningful Conversations From The Real World

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https://youtu.be/do7n48EFD_M

Jeff sits down for a brief visit with artists Letitia Huckaby and Skip Hill about their upcoming exhibit at 108 Contemporary, "My Soul Looks and Wonder How I Got Over" which opens April 3rd and runs through June 20th.

“My Soul Looks Back and Wonder How I Got Over” is a thoughtful visual dialogue that uses art to examine how the pervasiveness of a collective past informs our present, and how the persistence of hope and collective purpose positively redeems us to our present, and our future. Hill and Huckaby use collage and fiber and for this specific body of work are influenced by the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.

Show Notes

WATCH ON YOUTUBE
https://youtu.be/do7n48EFD_M

Jeff sits down for a brief visit with artists Letitia Huckaby and Skip Hill about their upcoming exhibit at 108 Contemporary, "My Soul Looks and Wonder How I Got Over" which opens April 3rd and runs through June 20th.

“My Soul Looks Back and Wonder How I Got Over” is a thoughtful visual dialogue that uses art to examine how the pervasiveness of a collective past informs our present, and how the persistence of hope and collective purpose positively redeems us to our present, and our future. Hill and Huckaby use collage and fiber and for this specific body of work are influenced by the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.