Don’t miss the third event in Pratt’s popular series in partnership with Questlove, in which he engages with artists and visionaries to explore different aspects of creativity and the creative process.
Questlove — producer, musician, designer, culinary entrepreneur, and New York Times best-selling author — will be joined by acclaimed conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas, whose work deals primarily with themes related to identity, history, and popular culture. Previous events in the Creativity series have featured comedian and social critic Baratunde Thurston and acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay. New York Times-bestselling author Ben Greenman is the series moderator.
Questlove will be signing copies of his new book Creative Quest, immediately following the event.
The conversation will be held at the Memorial Hall Auditorium, Pratt Institute, on Tuesday, May 1, at 7:30pm.
Free and open to the public; reservations required.
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