Feminist Afrofuturism: Black History Month at PSU aimed to bring together a diverse group of students, scholars, and community members to create a collaborative art project that celebrates the contributions of black women in American History. Throughout the month those involved in the project came together to learn and practice a traditional fiber craft, and collectively crochet large scale banner honoring an important historical figure, Nina Simone. For more information on the February 2019 Crochet Workshops click here.
At the conclusion of the month, the experience culminated in a showcase of the work in conjunction with a scholarly presentation by Dr. Aria Halliday, University of New Hampshire Women’s Studies, titled The Afrofuturisms of Feminism: Young, Gifted, & Black. For more information on the February 2019 culminating event click here.
Feminist Afrofuturism: Black History Month at PSU 2019
Photographs by Samantha Knapton