Reelblack In Conversation With Stephanie Renee 6/21

Photographic Memory
An exhibition of archival imagery by Maurice Sorrell (1914-1998), the first Black member of the White House Photographers Association

Slought and Penn School of Social Policy & Practice are pleased to announce Photographic Memory, an exhibition of archival imagery by Maurice Sorrell (1914-1998), the first Black member of the White House Photographers Association, on display at Slought from June 21, 2018 to July 21, 2018. An opening reception will take place on Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 6-9pm, with a conversation featuring curator Stephanie Renée and Daryl DeBrest and Mike D of Reelblack at 7pm. Reelblack is presenting a compilation of rare and unseen moving images from our vault as part of the exhibit.

In conjunction with the exhibition, curator Stephanie Renée will dialogue with featured guests about the importance of preserving history and archiving as a political and cultural project.
All programs held at Slought at 7pm unless noted otherwise.
Thursday, June 21
Daryl DeBrest and Mike D
of Reelblack
Thursday, July 5
J. Michael Harrison, host of
“The Bridge,” WRTI 90.1
Thursday, July 12, 2pm
Dr. Charles L. Blockson
1330 Polett Walk, Temple University
Thursday, July 19
Dr. Deborah Willis

Slought
4017 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3513
(215) 701-4627
Tuesday to Friday, 12-5pm
Admission is free

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