Wednesday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:
- 1:02: Lois Reitzes talks with artist Masud Olufani about his exhibition “Translocation and Transfiguration,” which explores the past and future through the lens of the African Diaspora. The work is on display at the Hammonds House Museum through March 22.
- 15:48: Veteran Alvin Ailey dancer and choreographer Hope Boykin speak with Reitzes about her work based on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speeches.
- 28:37: Reitzes sits down for a discussion with sculptor Martin Dawe, who was commissioned by the Georgia Legislature to create a sculpture of Martin Luther King Jr. for the Capitol grounds.
- 38:16: Laura Flusche, executive director of MODA joins Reitzes to talk about their exhibition “The Design of Dissent,” on display through Feb. 8.