Deborah Roberts is included in ‘Re/Devaluing Colorism: Intersections of Skin Color and Currency' at Southwest School of Art, Texas, USA

Re/Devaluing Colorism is a group exhibition at Southwest School of Art in Texas, guest curated by Aissatour Sidime-Blanton. The exhibition brings together the work of fourteen
ethnically and socio-economically diverse female artists to address the harmful effects of colorism today.

Featured artists include: Bernice Appelin-Williams, Rabea Ballin, Lauren Cross, Barbara Felix, Pallavi Govindnathan, Jin-Ya Huang, Ann Sole Sister Johnson, Lauren Kelley, Dan Lam, Vicki Meek, Deborah Roberts, Susan Sponsler, Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga and Montoya Williams, many of whom have created new work for this exhibition.

The Southwest School of Art is hosting a constellation of additional events to coincide with the exhibition, including a catalogue launch party in conjunction with DreamWeek on January 10, an art workshop for girls on January 25 and a poetry, song and dance performance by Andrea "Vocab" Sanderson and Amber Ortega on March 6.

13 December 2019-5 April 2020

Deborah Roberts at Southwest School of Art