A Constellation of Blackness: Rendering Invisibility, Hypervisibility, Devaluation, and Triumph

Tuesday, March 21, 2023
6:30 pm | PVCC Fine Arts and Performance

A lecture by Veronica Jackson

Veronica Jackson, an alumna of UVA architecture school, is an artist and the curator of Black Joy Is: Ferocious, Fearless, Forever, Female, For Me on display through March 25 at PVCC’s V. Earl Dickinson gallery. Jackson developed her skills as a visual storyteller as an exhibit and design professional in Washington D.C. She has a Masters in Visual and Critical Studies from California College of Art in San Francisco. 

Jackson’s text-based artwork is autobiographical and critically visualizes gender and race in America. Believing deeply in the transformational power of the visual world, she also curates exhibitions that ensure that stories like her own, a Black woman living in America, are part of the broader visual cultural conversation. 

For more information email Fenella Belle - fbell(at)pvcc.edu