Date(s) - 09/13/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
For more info: http://tinyurl.com/ASUPIB
The panel features a diverse group of arts and social practice practitioners who will engage in a conversation about the potential of arts making to create social change.
Topics include: Racial justice, feminism(s), policy-making, placekeeping, LGBTQ rights/justice, indigenous representation.
Moderated by Jaclyn (Member of the Navajo Nation and museum Curator/Educator)
Martha Gonzalez: Son Jarocho and musical resistance
Marlon Bailey: Black Queer Performance
LIz Lerman: Dance and community engagement
Dago Bailon: Role of performance in undocumented trans, queer immigrant communities
Monica De La Torre: Community radio, music, feminism
More info: http://tinyurl.com/ASUPIB
Free and open to the public
Special thanks to the ASU Gammage Beyond for their parntership. Martha Gonzalez is part of ASU Gammage’s year-long residency program to engage audiences around issues of music and social engagement.