Hear from collector and Girls’ Club co-founder David Horvitz about the exhibit “Necessary Trouble: Civil Rights Era Photography and Contemporary Art from the Collection.”
In conjunction with the exhibit Necessary Trouble: Civil Rights Era Photography and Contemporary Art from the Collection, Girls' Club presents a virtual talk that will take visitors and viewers behind the scenes of the exhibit, and inside the minds of the collectors and featured artists. Hear directly from Girls' Club co-founder and collector David Horvitz, in conversation with Girls' Club director Sarah Michelle Rupert, about his passion for Civil Rights Era photography, what inspired his focus, and how he and Francie Bishop Good support and invest in education, culture and other initiatives that focus on women and communities of color.
Discussion to be 30-40 mins, followed by Q&A.
Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz founded Girls' Club in 2006 with a mission to educate the public, act as a resource and nurture the careers of contemporary female artists. Their private collection of over 1200 works have inspired and informed exhibitions, events and public programs at Girls' Club for over a decade.
Free event. Registration required.