Jenn Nkiru’s Panafrican Imagination: Black Studies as Aesthetic Practice
A Public Screening and Artist Talk
Free and Open to the Public
Sunday, April 14 at 4pm at Kopleff Recital Hall, liquid blackness, a research project on blackness and aesthetics at Georgia State University, in collaboration with the Film and Media Studies Department, Emory University, presented a public screening and artist talk dedicated to the award-winning cinematographer, writer, director, and curator of AFROFREQUENCY, Jenn Nkiru. For more details on the event, Nkiru’s work, or liquid blackness’s research, visit liquidblackness.com.
Following Nkiru’s artist talk, liquid blackness founder and coordinator, Dr. Alessandra Raengo, Dr. Jenny Gunn, and Jazmine Hudson led a discussion and Q&A.