Speaker - C. Daniel Dawson

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C. Daniel Dawson is a scholar and lecturer of African Diaspora and its impact on American culture. Professor Dawson has worked as a photographer, filmmaker, curator, and arts administrator.

He has served as Curator of Photography, Film and Video at the Studio Museum in Harlem (NYC), Director of Special Projects at the Caribbean Cultural Center (NYC) and Curatorial Consultant and Director of Education at the Museum for African Art (NYC).

As a photographer, he has shown in over 35 exhibitions. In addition, he has curated more than 50 exhibitions. Prof. Dawson has also been associated with many prize-winning films including "Head and Heart" by James Mannas and "Capoeiras of Brazil" by Warrington Hudlin. He has worked as a consultant for the Cooper Hewitt Museum, International Center for Photography, Lincoln Center, Ralph Appelbaum Associates and three different divisions of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC.

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Raven Chanticleer and the Black Arts Movement

02.23.10 | 01:28:45 min | 1 comment