Carlton Mackey, professional photographer, filmmaker, and advocate. Part of the GRIOT, African-American Art, Activism & Aesthetics Series – April 6, 2016

Wednesday, April 6, 7pm, Gallery Theatre (3rd floor, ELC)

Carlton Mackey is a professional photographer, filmmaker, and advocate. He is currently Director of the Ethics and the Arts Program and the Assistant Director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership at Emory University. He is most recently recognized for his unprecedented and engaging project titled 50 Shades of Black where Mackey explores the intersection and complexities of skin color, sexuality, and black identity using multiple forms of artistry such as essays, poems, photographs, personal narratives, and paintings. Carlton Mackey was born in Georgia and attended the historical Tuskegee University. He then went on to earn his Master of Divinity degree at Candler School of Theology.

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