IT SHOULDN’T BE REVOLUTIONARY:
An Exploration of Rest and Taking Care of Black Women by K’Shana Hall
Thursday, May 11, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Artist’s talk: 6:00 pm
K’Shana Hall is a mixed media artist and photographer originally from the south side of Chicago, but mostly raised in North Louisiana. Her method of expression is predominately abstract and is heavily influenced by her culture and experiences as a black woman. K’Shana is passionate about destigmatizing mental health care, and it often shows in the themes of her work. She is a ULM alumna and currently serves as the vice president of the Black Creatives Circle of Northeast Louisiana.
Free and open to the public.
1400 South Grand Street. Monroe
Exhibition on view April 28 – August 6, 2023
K’Shana Hall, The Freedom of Refusal