VIRTUAL: Art and Activism

Thursday, October 29, 7-8:30 pm
Virtual program via Zoom

After a summer of racial unrest, following the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of white police officers, and countless other Black lives lost, artists responded by creating public works of art in and around the city of Providence; from murals on storefront plywood to prints handed out at protests. Art as cultural production is an effective conduit for activism; to increase social awareness and create change. Join a panel of artists, AGONZA, Kendel Joseph, and Nafis White facilitated by museum educator Kajette Solomon.

This program is presented in collaboration with The Avenue Concept.
Free. Registration required.


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