Photograph of Wyoming State Death House Prison

Stephen Tourlentes, Wyoming State Death House Prison, Rawlins, Wyoming, 2000, from the series Of Length and Measures: Prison and the American Landscape, 1996–ongoing

A Conversation with Nicole R. Fleetwood

Mar 9, 1:30 PM
Virtual
Free and open to the public

Join Wellesley College students, staff, faculty, and community partners for a conversation with award-winning Prison Nation curator, renowned art historian, and 2021 MacArthur Fellow Nicole R. Fleetwood on mass incarceration, photography, and activism.

Co-sponsored by the Wellesley Committee on Lectures and Cultural Events, Wellesley Civic Engagement, and the Wellesley Project on Public Leadership and Action.

This event is in conjunction with the exhibition Prison Nation, which is organized by Aperture Foundation, New York. Nicole R. Fleetwood and Michael Famighetti, curators.

Aperture’s Prison Nation exhibition was made possible by lead support from the Ford Foundation. Additional generous support was provided by the Reba Judith Sandler Foundation.

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For more information, please contact:

afears@wellesley.edu

Generously supported by:

the Mildred Cooper Glimcher ’61 Endowed Fund, the Anonymous ’70 Endowed Davis Museum Program Fund, the Palley Endowment Fund for Davis Museum Outreach Programs, and Betty P. Rauch ’65

Image Credit:

Courtesy the artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston