August 3, 2022
$420.00 — available on subscription from $140.00 every 2 weeks for 6 weeks
Since the beginning of photography’s inception, it has been a white-male-dominated field with white women being close behind, which was exacerbated when the second wave of feminism came about. As with most conversations surrounding photography and its contributors, Black women were hardly acknowledged for their contributions during the second wave of feminism. Though this course is dedicated to examining the art of Black women photographers and their contributions to the second-wave feminist movement. We will also read and learn more about the history of Black feminism and Black feminist critique.
Alayna N. Pernell (b. 1996) is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator from Heflin, Alabama. In May 2019, she graduated from The University of Alabama where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art with a concentration in Photography and a minor in African American Studies. She received her MFA in Photography from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in May 2021. She is currently the Associate Lecture of Photography and Imaging at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Milwaukee, WI.
Date & Time:
6-Week Course, 2 hours/week
Thursdays, 6-8pm EST
Start Date: Thursday, October 20th