Kitchen Table Conversation: Art as Activism

Thursday, May 19, 2022
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm

Inspired by Carrie Mae Weems’ photo narrative series of the same name, The Kitchen Table Conversations are a three-part series of community programs intended to spark conversations surrounding identity, culture, and experience. For each event, GRAM has paired with a socially-focused local organization to feature presentations and facilitate discussions based on themes explored in Weems’ work.

Join GRAM for the final installment in the event series, featuring a conversation between Zahabia Ahmed-Usmani from Kaufman Interfaith Institute, Hannah Berry from Lions and Rabbits, and poet Ebony Davis from The Diatribe.

To ensure community access to these discussions and the accompanying exhibition, the series will be free to the public as part of Meijer Free Days.

Please note: Program safety measures include face covering recommendations, regular sanitization and cleaning, and restricting the sharing of tools/​materials among participants. Masks will be available for those who do not have one.


For more information, contact Deputy Director of Art, Learning, and Engagement Christopher Bruce at

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