September 2, 2016
(Sun. 9/25) How Innovative Entrepreneurship Can Help Africans Tell Our Stories
Inspired by the exhibition Senses of Time, explore how members of the African diaspora exemplify our time through creative engagement with the arts. Begin with a guided tour of Senses of Time, followed by a live performance by Tsedaye Makonnen responding to the exhibition. Then, Patrick Kabanda moderates as Esosa E., Jacqueline Lara, Femi Ogunjinmi, and Joy Spencer discuss how innovative entrepreneurship can help tell our stories.
Presented in partnership with Roselynn Lewis Consults and Mansa Colabs.
Free and open to the public.
Image credits L to R
Jacqueline Lara, panelist, photograph by Lawrence Green of Time Traveling Media
Joy Spencer, panelist, photograph by Dzifa Awunyo-Akaba
Femi Ogunjinmi, panelist, photograph by Femi Osinowo
Tags: '"Arts + Business", "creative engagement", "Creative Entrepreneurship', "National Museum of African Art", "Senses of Time", "Who tells your story", African Diaspora, art exhibition, Esosa E., Femi Ogunijinmi, Jacqueline Lara, Joy Spencer, ownership, Patrick Kabanda, Smithsonian, storytelling, Tsedaye Makonnen