Jason McCall/Cory Patton Exhibition
February 13 - April 2
As part of our exhibitions featuring Southern Black artists, TVMA will display an exhibit focused on the poetry book A Man Ain’t Nothin’ by Jason McCall, with cover art by Cory Patton. This exhibit will feature poems by McCall and paintings by Patton. Learn more about the book here.
About Poet Jason McCall
Jason McCall holds an MFA from the University of Miami. His most recent collections are Two-Face God, and It Was Written: Poetry Inspired by Hip-Hop, which he edited with PJ Williams. His other collections include Dear Hero, (winner of the 2012 Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize), Silver,I Can Explain, and Mother, Less Child (co-winner of the 2013 Paper Nautilus Vella Chapbook Prize). He is an Alabama native, and he teaches at the University of North Alabama. More examples of his work can be found at jasonmccall.weebly.com.
About Artist Cory Patton
Cory Patton is from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He uses a wide range of paints, brushes, and found objects in his paintings. He also works on audio/video productions. He is the co-founder of the Maubilans Art Collective.