Through a series of portraits, Tia Boyd reveals a surviving race of godlike women warriors who have come to terraform the planet for future inhabitants. Opening reception August 10th @ 2pm.
Billions of years of evolution have produced a world in which every organism’s welfare is intertwined with that of countless other species. The “willful” self-destruction of humanity by Earth’s most formidable species, humans, is the topic of New Orleans born and Dallas raised photographer Tia Boyd. Through a series of portraits, Boyd reveals a surviving race of godlike women warriors who have come to terraform the planet for future inhabitants.
Tia Boyd is a graduate of The Art Institute of Dallas where she majored in photography. Primarily influenced by light, Boyd specializes in portrait nudes and landscapes. The exhibition will be on view at the George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center from August 3, 2019 – January 11, 2020. The opening reception will take place Saturday, August 10, 2019, from 2:00 – 4:00 pm.
2019/08/03 - 2020/01/11
Additional time info:
The exhibit will be on display from August 3rd until January 11th, but the main opening reception event will take place on Saturday, August 10th 2-4pm. There will also be an opening reception after party held from 6 – 10pm at The Gossip Shack 2.