The McGovern Medical school Arts & Resilience program returns for its third installment of 2023, welcoming multidisciplinary artist Lanecia Rouse Tinsley.
The presentation will begin at noon, March 22 and will be held on Zoom.
Rouse Tinsley, is an artist based out of Houston and Richmond, Va., whose portfolio includes a mix of media collage, abstract painting, photography, teaching, writing, speaking, and curatorial projects for various non-profit organizations. She is the co-founding creative director for ImagiNoir equity Group and director of Justice and the Arts with projectCURATE. Rouse Tinsley has served as the artist-in-residence partner of Holy Family HTX since 2016.
Rouse Tinsley has completed residencies at CERCL at Rice University, the Asia Society TX, and the American Church in Paris. Her work is exhibited at Project Row Houses, Art is Bond. Gallery, Inman Gallery, Nicole Longnecker Gallery, Reynolds Art Gallery, The Brooklyn Collective, Urban Zin Gallery, Duke University Chapel, and is also featured in various publications.
The Arts & Resilience Program is sponsored by the Dean’s Office in collaboration with the McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics. For more information and a schedule, visit the program’s website here. The final presentation of the 2022-23 season will feature artist Kill Joy at a date to be determined.