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Posts tagged "Panel"

Fighting Islamophobia through Arts, Advocacy, and Analysis Fighting Islamophobia through Arts, Advocacy, and Analysis

Fighting Islamophobia through Arts, Advocacy, and Analysis

Sara Zia Ebrahimi (LTA '14, ACG '13, '09) moderates a panel on Fighting Islamophobia through Arts, Advocacy, and Analysis at Asian Arts Initiative on Saturday, November 11. Free and open to the public. [learn more]

Even the Rain Even the Rain

Taino Cultural Workshop Hosts Film Screening of Even the Rain

The Taino Cultural Workshop in collaboration with the Caribbean Community in Philadelphia will host a film screening of Even the Rain (También la lluvia) on June 3. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion facilitated by Priscilla Anacakuyani (ACG '17) on how colonialism affected the peoples of the Caribbean during the time of contact, Indigenous survival, and what effects are still felt today in the Caribbean and the rest of the Americas. [learn more]

Arts Funding: Who Should Pay? Arts Funding: Who Should Pay?

Valerie V. Gay Participates on Arts Funding Panel at UArts

Valerie V. Gay (ACG '14) will participate in the Arts Funding: Who Should Pay? panel on Monday, May 15 at University of the Arts, Terra Hall. With the NEA back on the chopping block, what happens next? Free and open to the public. [learn more]

Building Community Art Spaces Panel Discussion

Fleisher Art Memorial presents Building Community Art Spaces Panel Discussion at El Corazón Cultural Center, Taller Puertorriqueño on Saturday, April 8, 2017. This event gathers four of Philadelphia's cultural leaders who are currently developing, or have recently completed major capital projects, for a panel discussion to analyze the impact that their new facilities have made on the region's cultural landscape and to illuminate the ways in which conversations with residents informed the success of their projects. [learn more]

Message to Our Daughters Panel and Exhibition

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Art In City Hall – Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy presents "Message to Our Daughters," an intergenerational exhibit by local women artists showcasing a diversity of life and artistic experiences. A panel discussion will take place on March 15, 2017 from 5:00-7:00pm. Participating artists include Betty Leacraft (LTA ’11, ACG ’16, ’14, ’09, WOO ’99), Colette Fu (LTA ’13), Kukuli Velarde (LTA ’11, WOO ’99), Michelle Ortiz (LTA ’08, ACG ’13, ’12, ’05), and Nancy Sophy (WOO ’04). [learn more]

niv Acosta in Creating Black Futures at Live Ideas 2017

niv Acosta (ACG '10) will join E Jane, Reina Gossett, Andre Carrington, and others for Happy Hour: Creating Black Futures at New York Live Arts Studios on March 15 at 5:30pm. This event is part of NYLA's Live Ideas 2017 series: Mx'd Messages, curated by Mx Justin Vivian Bond. The series examines the idea of a world without binaries–across gender, politics, theology, sensory perception and race. [learn more]

Asian Arts Initiative Presents Race, Motherhood & Creativity and The PAPA Sessions on March 3 and 20

Asian Arts Initiative presents Race, Motherhood, & Creativity on March 3. Join Jaishri Abichandari, curator of Loving Blackness, as she facilitates a panel discussion with a group of South Asian artists and activists who are all mothers of Black children using their creativity to address racism and bridge cultures. AAI also presents The PAPA Sessions on March 20, an evening showcasing the vibrancy of the Asian American theater and performance community in this quarterly showcase series. [learn more]

Maori Holmes Speaks At Moore College

Maori Holmes will present at a panel on Diversity, Prosperity, Redistribution, and Self-Determination at Moore College on December 7. [learn more]