View "Citizens: Response, Rhetoric, Representation," which will be on exhibit at the Pensacola Museum of Art from April 17-July 4, 2021. About the Exhibition: As the UWF 2021 Common Read, Claudia Rankine’s award-winning, genre-defying "Citizen: An American Lyric" created a safe space for students to engage with issues of race during a time of national reckoning with racism. Woven into classes in English, Art, and Honors, Citizen engaged students with the banal, daily experience of racism in this country, those so-called “micro-aggressions” that are, in fact, expressions of larger social and historical narratives. As a collage of poetry, prose, and visual art, "Citizen" invites exploration into the creative potential of different media and the ways that they speak to one another. This exhibition represents a collection of student work across disciplines based on their engagement with "Citizen." Taken together, it mirrors the hybrid forms of Rankine’s work and gives us a snapshot into the robust creative and critical energies we will need to confront the insistent, everyday injustices of our times. For more information about the exhibit, PMA hours and museum fees, visit pensacolamuseum.org.