Aging in Montclair at MAM: "Century: 100 Years of Black Art at MAM" Docent Tour
Join Aging in Montclair at the Montclair Art Museum for an engaging docent-led tour of the new exhibition, Century: 100 Years of Black Art at MAM. The largest of its kind in the Museum’s history, this exhibition celebrates the dramatic growth of MAM’s collection of works by Black artists. Ranging from James Van Der Zee’s historic photograph Black Red Cross March, Harlem (1924), to Nanette Carter’s Destabilizing #2 (2022), the show features the depth, breadth, and variety of art by African Americans during the past century.
Century is curated by Adrienne L. Childs, Ph.D, Senior Consulting Curator, Phillips Collection, and independent curator nico w. okoro, MA. and accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with multiple essays.
Registration is required
Aging in Montclair is a not-for-profit organization of adults over the age of 55 dedicated to spotlighting and advocating for the needs of older residents. Learn how to get involved at aginginmontclair.org.
Assistive listening devices are available for this program. ASL interpretation is available upon request with three weeks notice.