When Will They See Us?

…or What We Talk About When We Talk About Black Women Artists

The following interviews were done in conjunction with a show I curated in honor of Black History month. It was an exhibition that had been on my mind for a while. In the art world, the dearth of women artists in museum collections, galleries and major private collections has finally made headlines. The scene is even more bleak for women of color and almost non-existent for Native American women. By calling attention to this issue, change is coming, albeit slowly.

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Curator, writer, and strategist for artists and non-profits, Rose Fredrick has spent the last three decades producing exhibitions that have not only raised considerable funds for scholarships and education, but have also launched artists’ careers. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications and her essays and interviews have been used in workshops, college courses, and museum exhibitions. She has won the National Endowment for the Arts grant, Rock West Curator of the Year, Denver’s The Big Read, Best Multicultural Book from the New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards, and was a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards.

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