To celebrate Month of Photography, the Denver Art Museum is putting on a three-part lecture series spotlighting Colorado photographers from the local creative community.
Join Colorado artist Tya Alisa Anthony in this final lecture of the series. Anthony uses photography, collage, and sculpture to give a voice to the stories of often marginalized people as well as the social, economic, and natural environments that surround them. In her work, she is interested in issues relating to social justice and identity, in reimagining histories, and in creating autonomous spaces for bodies of color.
Tya Alisa Anthony is part of TANK Studios, was an artist-in-residence at RedLine in 2018, and is the executive director and founder of Mahogany Vu Contemporary art, an online gallery for BIPOC.
- –Recovering the History of the Fiery Tortoise Lordwith Victoria I. Lyall, Jan and Frederick Mayer Curator of Art of the Ancient Americas
- –A Complex Organism: Building the DAM's Photography Collectionwith Eric Paddock, Curator of Photography