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Black Lives Matter Murals: A Conversation
Wednesday, Jul 8, 2020

Join us for a conversation between David Feingold, general manager and CEO of Blue Ridge Public Radio, and local artist Joseph Pearson, creator of the mural outside BPR, as they discuss their collaboration, Pearson’s choice in subject matter, and his greater body of work.


Redhook Blackout by John Knuth
July 1, 2020

Though this painting may appear to be a fairly straightforward exploration of abstraction, where color and form take the place of figures or recognizable objects,

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