Online Symposium on Generational Activism in Chicanx and Latinx Art, January 9

Posted on January 5th, 2021 by montereyart

Monterey Museum of Art presents an online symposium on Saturday, January 9, 10am-5pm, entitled Change = Action/Time: Generational Activism in Chicanx and Latinx Art. For more information and to register, click here.

Join Latinx and Chicanx artists and scholars including MacArthur Fellow Amalia Mesa-Bains, Ph.D., renowned collector Armando Durón, and internationally recognized Chicana artist Dr. Judith F. Baca for personal accounts, live Q & A sessions, and a live panel discussion with presenters moderated by Susana Smith Bautista, Ph.D.

MMA is also proud to welcome U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera as the invocation speaker for this year’s symposium. The symposium coincides with the Califas exhibition opening January 8 in partnership with Museo Eduardo Carrillo. Califas artists will host the morning discussion about generational experiences and activism in and around the Monterey Bay Crescent. MMA will also host local musicians, actors, and spoken word performances during breaks and transitions.

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