Art as Protest
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Art as Protest, a panel discussion exploring ways organizers and artists apply creativity in their socially-active work. The evening includes a short cocktail hour, followed by presentations and conversation around this timely topic.
Wednesday, November 15 , from 6 to 8:30 pm
The Studio@620 in Downtown St. Petersburg
$5 suggested donation at door, to benefit ACLU Pinellas Chapter.
Panelists and presenters currently include:
Noelle Mason, Associate Professor, Foundations Studio: Concepts & Practices, USF School of Art & Art History
Kelly Benjamin, Activist and Organizer, Tampa Bay area
Ashley Sweet, Research Program Manager, Planned Parenthood, and Board President, St. Pete Women’s Collective
Jay Giroux, Artist and Entrepreneur, READ Movement
Sarah Howard, Curator of Public Art and Social Practice / Research Associate, USF Graphicstudio – Institute for Research in Art
Mitzi Jo Gordon, Writer, Artist, Bluebird Books Bus Owner, and Founding Member of the St. Pete Women’s Collective
Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org