Artist Talk: Antwon Key

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
LocationEmy Frentz Arts Guild located at 523 S 2nd Street in Mankato

Artist and educator, Antwon Key, discusses his work using graphic design to address social issues. His series—Red, White, and Black— part of the "MN Black Fine Art Show", currently on exhibit at the Emy Frentz Arts Guild Gallery, explores the challenging relationship amid African-American citizenship and who gets the privilege to be critical and yet still patriotic.

Free and open to the public.

Artist Bio:
Photographer and graphic designer Antwon Key is based in Eagle Lake and Mankato. Key is a Graphic Communications instructor at South Central College where he also serves on the Diversity Committee and Academic Quality Improvement (AQIP) Steering Committee. Outside of the classroom, he has been employed as a photographer and graphic designer since 2012 and won the 2018 Print Regional Design Award and will have his work published in the HOW + Print book “The Best Design of 2019.” Key earned a Master of Fine Arts from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a degree from the University of Alabama.

This is a FREE event!

Appropriate for:

All Ages

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