EP 51: Colette Veasey-Cullors

we interviewed contemporary photographer and educator Colette Veasey-Cullors. Colette’s work explores the themes of race, class, identity, and socio-economic issues

As we wrap up the Black History Month, we interviewed contemporary photographer and educator Colette Veasey-Cullors. Colette’s work explores the themes of race, class, identity, and socio-economic issues, and invites the viewers to investigate their personal connection to the underserved and underrepresented people.  Colette has been teaching for over two decades, and has taught at Howard University, a historically black school, and MICA. She is currently serving as Associate Dean of Design and Media at MICA.

In this interview, Colette discusses her role as an educator, parent, and community activist. 

One thought on “EP 51: Colette Veasey-Cullors”

  1. Love this interview! Thank you Colette for your generous sharing your ideas and passion. And thank you Elena for your thoughtful questions. And FYI, I hired Colette and I am always a parent AND an educator and artist. Colette was a wonderful colleague. ❤️ Laurie

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