Opening Reception of Colonialism: The Collective Unconscious – Slide Show
The opening reception of Colonialism: The Collective Unconscious featured a live performance of Christopher Columbus 1992 by award-winning and critically acclaimed actor/writer/director ROGER GUENVEUR SMITH. Live music was played by jazz musician MARCUS MILLER and his FREEDOM JAZZ MOVEMENT.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON COLONIALISM: THE COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS
Colonialism: The Collective Unconscious, curated by visual artist Lili Bernard for the William Grant Still Arts Center, Department of Cultural Affairs, Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 2011 – November 19, 2011.
Ranked #5 in Top 11 LA Art Shows of 2011, Huffington Post Review by Mat Gleason. Click here to read review.
Of the fifteen artists in this show, nine of them were BAILA (Black Artists in Los Angeles).
ARTISTS IN THE SHOW (BAILA are highlighted)
HARRY GAMBOA JR.
RAUL PAULINO BALTAZAR
ROGER GUENVEUR SMITH (live performance)
STEVEN J. BROOKS