In

Friday, September 16th from Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Exhibition Opening: Friday, September 16, 6-9pm, free public reception

Artist Talk: Saturday, September 17, noon

Panel Discussion – Was Huck Finn Black?: Tuesday, October 18, 6pm, an artist moderated conversation between Bill Tuttle, Professor Emeritus Studies at the University of Kansas; Susan Kumin Harris, Joyce and Elizabeth Hall Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Culture at the University of Kansas; and Faye Finn-Cohen, who Levy describes as the last living relative of Huckleberry Finn.

Runs: September 16 – November 5

Gallery: Paragraph, 23 East 12th St., KCMO 64105

Gallery Hours: Wed, Fri, Sat 12-5pm; Thursday 11-6pm

Charlotte Street Foundation’s Paragraph gallery presents The Last Descendants, a solo exhibition of an ambitious new body of work by Kansas City/Lawrence-based artist Judith G. Levy. The show features three faux documentary videos in which the living “descendants” of Huckleberry Finn, Hansel and Gretel, and The Lone Ranger are interviewed.

The Lone Ranger: The Last Descendants from Judith G. Levy on Vimeo.

Each video is accompanied by a large-scale, meticulously drawn, extensively researched, multi-generational “family tree” exploring the complex history of each family with reference to far-ranging events and influences.

Read reviews fromthe KC Star!

For photos of the event, check out our flickr.

Event Details
When

September 16 from November 5th, 2011

Where

Paragraph Gallery (23 E 12th St. Kansas City, MO)

Panel Discussion - Was Huck Finn Black? A Conversation about Race, Identity and Culture
Tuesday, October 18th at 6 PM

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When

Saturday, October 19 from 7:00-11:00 PM

Where
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