The Heart of Identity features the photography and mixed media artwork of Ackeem Salmon. In this exhibit, Ackeem unpacks the many layers of his own identity, as well as the complexities and expectations of social identity.
The Heart of Identity signifies the minds and spirits that make each of us unique. Through his art, Ackeem Salmon questions why society tries to control peoples' identities - the way we think about ourselves, and others.
Thursday, August 4 from 6 - 9 PM: Opening Reception for The Heart of Identity
Friday, September 23 from 5 - 9 PM: Artist Talk with Ackeem Salmon
Friday, October 28 from 6 - 8 PM: Closing Reception
Organized by the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in 1999, the Contemporary Artists Program (CAP), features new and exciting art created by emerging and established artists. The purpose of CAP is to provide artists a venue where new audiences can see their work and an opportunity to gain professional and public recognition.
The Heart of Identity is free with museum admission.