Artist Talk ith Ulysses Marshall for the exhibition PAPER DOLLS:

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Artist Talk for the exhibition

PAPER DOLLS: Poetic Responses to the Artwork of Ulysses Marshall

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 2012
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Join artist Ulysses Marshall in a lively conversation with Curator Jon West-Bey about his work featured in the exhibition Paper Dolls.

Gallery 110 | 3901 Rhode Island Ave
Brentwood, MD 20722

Paper Dolls: Poetic Responses to the Artwork of Ulysses Marshall, an exciting new interactive exhibition that features the paintings of renowned artist and Prince George’s County resident, Ulysses Marshall.

The exhibit features the work of poets:
Joy Matthews Alford
Angela Abadir
Hoke Glover
Patrick Washington
Derrick Weston Brown

The exhibition is in partnership with the American Poetry Museum and is curated by Fred Joiner, Curator of the American Poetry Museum and Jon West-Bey, Curator of the Prince George’s African American Museum. Visitors are encouraged to create their own poetry in response to the artwork. Programs associated with the exhibition include poetry readings, lectures, events for kids, and much more.

The exhibition will be on display at the Prince George’s African American Museum’s Gallery 110 from November 30th 2012 until April 13th 2013. For more information call (301) 209- 2981 or email programs@pgaamcc.org or visit the Museum’s website at http://www.pgaamcc.org.

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