Drop in for light bites, activities, and live music at our farewell celebration for the Designing Motherhood exhibition, which closes on Dec. 30. Designing Motherhood: Things That Make and Break Our Births explores the arc of human reproduction through the lens of art and design and features more than 200 objects.
Artist chat with Aimee Koran who works across the mediums of sculpture, photography, and mixed-media installation. Her practice questions how the images, issues, and objects closely associated with motherhood inform the social-political structure of the care economy.
Live music by Kenyan-American singer-songwriter Naomi Wachira’s. Naomi’s songs are moving and uplifting, with an expansive quality that calls us all to rest, heal, and take part in the rich human experience. She is known for her soulful and powerful vocals, poignant lyrics, and captivating live performances.
This program is presented in partnership with the Gates Foundation Employee Resource Groups Women Connect, Women of Color Connect, Male Allies Leadership Team, and Working Parents and Caregivers.