Personhood is a small group show featuring the work of six talented area artists:

Aliyah Bonnette
Jessica Bloch-Schulman
Greta Boney
Jesse Hoyle
Kathryn Fulp
Tre Wilkes

The Wikipedia description of personhood notes that “the concept of personhood is difficult to define in a way that is universally accepted, due to its historical and cultural variability and the controversies surrounding its use in some contexts. Capacities or attributes common to definitions of personhood can include human nature, agency, self awareness, a notion of the past and future, and the possession of rights and duties, among others.”[6] The six artists selected for this exhibit explore this concept using the human figure - whether depicting themselves or others – in their artwork in a variety of media, including painting and drawing, photography and film, collage, textiles, and clay. 

Want to visit?
The gallery is open weekly 
Tuesday - Saturday 12-5pm, until 7 on Wednesdays

Join us in conversation with the artists of Personhood. Bring your questions and comments. Hear about how the idea of personhood shows up in their work and more as we take a deep dive into the exhibition. 

Tune in for the online conversation here

Free and open to the public. 

The CVA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Our Federal Tax ID# is 56-6083717.  

The CVA is in the downtown Greensboro Cultural Center  /    200 North Davie Street, Box 13   /   Greensboro   /   North Carolina   /   27401

336-333-7475    /

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