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Mini- films by Lisa Whittington
POETICS OF TRANSGRESSION
by VERONIKA IVANOVA
OCAD University, Toronto Canada
Pyhän lapsuuden paljastama tabu: Näkökulma Sami Saramäen Tom of Finland-muumeihin ja Dana Schutzin Open Casket-maalaukseen
by HEIDI KOSONEN
FROM EXCLUSION TO INCLUSION: CONNECTING BLACK STUDENTS TO ART MUSEUMS
by C. MOORE
HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, MA
Theater Project includes Social Justice Art by Lisa Whittington
September 03, 2019
The artwork of Dr. Lisa Whittington is included as part of The Unbound Trilogy Theater Production.
Riot Around Painting in Whitney Museum: Can White Artist Portray Black Pain?
March 21, 2017
Lisa Whittington Discusses Artist Intention with NBC News
March 26, 2017
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Why Inclusion in the Google Arts & Culture Selfie Feature Matters
January 21, 2018
Skewed results in the Google Arts & Culture Selfie Matching Feature reminds contemporary culture of art's historic biases.
The Rage: Some Closing Comments on Open Casket
January 01, 2020
Professor Jared Sexton delivers provocative thought on painting Emmett Till.
The Hood: Bedtime Stories, Emmett Till and FDR
May 31, 2018
Libation and an attempt to locate hope in the process of unearthing injustice. An essay by J. Khadiah Abdurahman
Debate over Dana Schultz painting of Emmett Till
BET curates opinions on the painting of Emmett Till at the Whitney Biennial
Abstracting the savaged body of Emmett Till
An article by M Neelika Jayawardane for Aljazeera News
Lisa Whittington Invited to Celebrate the Legacy of Steffen Thomas
Lisa Whittington and several other artist were invited to celebrate the legacy of Steffen Thomas at a Plein Air Paint Out in midtown Atlanta.
A press release from the Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs.