Photo courtesy of Bria Lauren

A visual poem dedicated to Black hood women in the South, "Gold Was Made Fa' Her" encompasses Bria Lauren’s ongoing body of work in photography and community building. The project celebrates women of Third Ward, Houston, to center and amplify their voices and the voices of Black women across generations who have been impacted by structural inequity, generational narratives, and respectability politics.

"Gold Was Made Fa' Her" is curated by Rebecca Matalon, Curator, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and accompanied by a series of public programs.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through January 15.

A visual poem dedicated to Black hood women in the South, "Gold Was Made Fa' Her" encompasses Bria Lauren’s ongoing body of work in photography and community building. The project celebrates women of Third Ward, Houston, to center and amplify their voices and the voices of Black women across generations who have been impacted by structural inequity, generational narratives, and respectability politics.

"Gold Was Made Fa' Her" is curated by Rebecca Matalon, Curator, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and accompanied by a series of public programs.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through January 15.

A visual poem dedicated to Black hood women in the South, "Gold Was Made Fa' Her" encompasses Bria Lauren’s ongoing body of work in photography and community building. The project celebrates women of Third Ward, Houston, to center and amplify their voices and the voices of Black women across generations who have been impacted by structural inequity, generational narratives, and respectability politics.

"Gold Was Made Fa' Her" is curated by Rebecca Matalon, Curator, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and accompanied by a series of public programs.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through January 15.

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WHERE

Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
https://lawndaleartcenter.org/

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