Art as Feeling, Art as Knowledge: A Conversation
In recognition of RVAM and an introduction to CSJ: Ignite
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 · 6:30 PM - 8 PM
In recognition of Relationship Violence Awareness Month and as a part of Critical Social Justice: Ignite, the Women's Center and is proud to present a choreographed piece by Alexia Petasis (Women's Center Staff).
Join us for a short dance performance and conversation about the role of art in meaning, knowledge-making, and activism with Alexia Petasis and Jen White-Johnson. Alexia is an Interdisciplinary Studies major with a concentration on Choreography for Social Justice who will graduate in spring, 2019. Jen White-Johnson is a UMBC Alumni, Visual Arts '08, and is currently a graphic designer, educator, and photographer.
Fine Arts Recital Hall, FA 118
Doors open at 6:15 pm.
For more about this special event, visit the Critical Social Justice blog for our What You Need to Know series focused on art activism.
This event counts as 1 Critical Social Justice: Ignite event for the Women's Center Scouts group. Want to learn more about joining? Click here.