Clever Ep. 132: Artist Malene Barnett
In this episode of Clever, Amy Devers talks to artist, activist, speaker and legacy maker Malene Barnett, who primarily creates one-of-a-kind ceramic sculptures and bespoke textiles. Raised in Norwalk, Connecticut, she’s an authority on the cultural traditions and practices of art in the African diaspora and how it translates into the modern black experience. She founded the Black Artists + Designers Guild, and is on a mission to use art as a tool to expand the conversation around marginalization in the arts and create greater opportunities for inclusion.
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