These panelists agree that, despite Buchanan’s exclusion from the history of art in the 1960s and 70s, the late artist’s work has a place that must be recognized. Throughout Buchanan’s artistic practice, she dug into the space between place and memory. Her work had a strong connection to her identities as an African American woman from the South, incorporating an exploration of arts and political movements like feminism, Southern vernacular architecture, Land Art, and Post-Minimalism. This event will be held in the 3rd Floor Auditorium and it is free(!) as a part of our Thursday Nights hosted by Squarespace.