One of the founders of the Black Arts Movement and longtime Indianapolis resident, Evans published her first work Where Is All the Music in 1968 followed by I Am a Black Woman in 1970. During this time, she also worked as a producer, writer, and director of The Black Experience (1968-1973) — a history documentary that aired on prime time in Indianapolis.
The exhibit will feature a commissioned text-based piece by artist Carl Pope related to Evans’s book of essays, Clarity as Concept: A Poet's Perspective. It will also feature photographs and video from The Black Experience television program provided by Evans.
The opening of the exhibition will take place in the presence of Shauta Marsh, co-founder and director of programs and exhibitions at Tube Factory artspace.
Saturday to Thursday - From 9am to 5pm / Friday - Closed