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WonderRoot Artist Feature - MICHAELA PILAR BROWN
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Publish-date-icon March 30, 2016
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Multidisciplinary artist Michaela Pilar Brown discusses her in-process work, "The Mother Wound", ahead of her Black Box presentation at the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, how her parents' health challenges have influenced her, and how she has evolved to use her body in her artistic practice. Brown also gives some insight into how her art relates to the trauma suffered by Black female bodies and the notion of bodies as vessels for cultural memory.

To learn more about Michaela Pilar Brown and the Spelman Museum of Fine Art, visit:

http://museum.spelman.edu/events/black-box-michaela-pilar-brown/
http://michaelapilarbrown.com

WonderRoot is an Atlanta-based non-profit arts and service organization with a mission to unite artists and community to inspire positive social change. By providing production facilities to Atlanta-based artists and coordinating arts-based service programs, WonderRoot empowers artists to be proactive in engaging their communities through arts-based service work. For more information, please visit:

http://wonderroot.org
http://facebook.com/wonderpage 
 

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