An aspiring New Orleans rapper turns a video camera on herself and her community—and captures Hurricane Katrina and its after-effects—in this remarkable look at everyday heroism. Winner, 2008 Documentary Grand Prize at Sundance.
Please join fellow Curator's Circle members for a festive reception to celebrate the opening of The Enduring Mark: Six Centuries of Drawing from the Gray Collection. The exhibition, organized by The Art Institute of Chicago, travelled to New York’s Morgan Library and Museum before coming to BAMPFA. The Enduring Mark features a collection of works on paper representing 600 years of Western art, assembled by one of America’s foremost art dealers and connoisseurs, Richard Gray—along with his wife, art historian Mary L. Gray. The evening will include wine and bites from Babette Cafe, period musical accompaniment, and an exhibition tour led by Lawrence Rinder, BAMPFA director emeritus.
Open to Curator’s Circle members at the $1,000 level and above.