Artist Talk with Suné Woods and Tisa Bryant: October 18, 2015 at 3pm

Woods and Bryant will be in conversation discussing the current exhibition "To Sleep With Terra"

About Tisa Bryant:

Tisa Bryant is the author of Unexplained Presence, a collection of hybrid essays on myth-making and black presences in film, literature and visual art; co-editor/founder of The Encyclopedia Project. She also co-edited War Diaries, an anthology of Black gay men’s desire and survival, which was nominated for a LAMBDA literary award. She has been a juror for Frameline’s San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, the San Francisco International Film Festival, and the Film Arts Foundation Independent Film Festival.  Her work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in the journals Animal Shelter, Black Clock, and Mandorla; Essay Press' e-chapbook Body Forms: On Queerness and the Essay; the Reanimation Library's Word Processor series, in Radio Imagination, a book about the enduring influence of Octavia Butler, and in Letters to the Future: An Anthology of Experimental Writing by Black Women.  She has given numerous presentations on Black arts, culture and creative phenomena at the Brooklyn Museum, Pratt Institute, the Peabody Essex Museum, Evergreen College, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Hammer Museum, the West Hollywood Library, and elsewhere.  Her writing has also appeared in artist’s catalogs for visual artists Laylah Ali, Jaime Cortez, Wura-Natasha Ogunji and Cauleen Smith.  Tisa Bryant teaches in the MFA Creative Writing Program at the California Institute of the Arts, and is at work on a novel, The Curator.  She lives in Los Angeles.

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