The all-day event, organized by a partnership among the Grounds For Sculpture, the New Jersey Historical Society, the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum, and the 1719 William Trent House.
Beverly Mills, coauthor of the forthcoming, If These Stones Could Talk (Wild River Books) and Board Member of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum (SSAAM).
Elaine Buck, coauthor of the forthcoming, If These Stones Could Talk (Wild River Books) and Board Member of the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum (SSAAM).
Dr. Rosetta Treece has been an educator for 15 years and currently is the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for Hopewell Valley Regional Public Schools in Pennington New Jersey.
Joyce J. Scott, Shhhhh!, 2012, Nigerian wooden object, plastic & glass beads, thread, drawing, and fabric, 35 x 20 x 20 inches, Collection of the Contemporary Art Society of the Tucson Museum of Art
“Museums and cultural institutions have the potential to serve as bridges within our communities. Art can also prompt challenging conversations that can help move us forward. Beyond its physical beauty and technical mastery, the current Joyce J. Scott: Harriet Tubman and Other Truths exhibition gives voice to many difficult truths,” says Gary Garrido Schneider, Executive Director of Grounds For Sculpture, “and in doing so, provides the opportunity for genuine self-reflection.”