Arlington Arts Center Hosts Artist Talk for You, if no one else Group Exhibition

By Editorial Team on March 19, 2018
Danielle A. Scruggs, Chance the Rapper, Grant Park, Chicago, November 7, 2016. Courtesy of Arlington Arts Center.
Artist Talk: Sunday, March 25 from 1pm to 3pm
Read Wade Carey’s Review of You, if no one else HERE

In conjunction with You, if no one else, Arlington Arts Center presents a discussion about the role of artists and arts institutions in times of political turbulence. What role do arts institutions play as spaces for civic dialogue? What strategies are artists using to engage with broader communities and create platforms for urgent and difficult conversations? Artists Michèle Colburn and Danielle A. Scruggs will be joined by curator Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell to offer their perspectives as artists, activists, educators, cultural workers, and citizens. The panel will be moderated by Blair Murphy, curator and Interim Exhibitions Manager at Arlington Arts Center.

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