In March 2021, with the support of the Emily H. Tremaine Foundation, Hyperallergic published a commissioning series expanding upon the research and reporting by its Journalism Fellow for Curators, Rea McNamara. Designed to demystify the curatorial field, the series looked at the myriad of ways digital feminisms can inform better online curatorial practices. The final contribution in the series from Dominique Z. Barron and Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski co-curates an exclusive “digital remix” of their Rita Keegan Archive (Project) exhibition, exploring what Black feminist archival care looks like, from outside the institution.
The Rita Keegan Archive (Project) exhibition, will be remixed once more and developed into an educational learning resource pack around artists’ archives will be drawn for use in community and school settings. The educational learning resource pack will build on the themes and issues that have emerged from Keegan’s archive.
Read Black Feminist Archival Continuums: A Digital Remix of the Rita Keegan Archive (Project)