Wed. February 21, 7 - 8:30 pm
Join this evening with Anthony Barboza, an influential force in photography, style and culture. Anthony Barboza has been an influential force in photography, style and culture. He is a founding member of the Kaimonge Workshop, established in 1963, whose mission is to document and preserve the cultural history of the African Diaspora with integrity and insight for humanity through the lens of Black Photographers. Writer Hilton Als said, “He helps reveal the pages of our individual narratives to ourselves and thus to the world. Barboza’s gift - and his gift to us - is the dignity we hope for and find within ourselves, buried magically in his camera’s lens.” Barboza’s portfolio includes portraits of James Baldwin, Miles Davis, Aretha Franklin, Isaac Hayes, and Dizzy Gillespie.