Translating Identity and Beliefs into works of Art
This Rainbow Keynote focuses on identity, activism and the art used to translate it.
Reporter: Z Martinez
Hamline University’s Sexualities and Gender Diversity Program collaborated with Spectrum. Hamline’s QTIBIPOC Rainbow Keynote, Queer Creatives, was a public, interactive, virtual discussion on Identity, Activism and the Arts. The discussion was taken place with queer artist and activist of color, Terresa Moses.
Moses is a professor and director of justice at the U of M and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in social justice education at the University of Toronto. She is also the creative director at a social justice-based design studio, Blackbird Revolt, and a core team member of African-American Graphic Designers. She will continue her participation in various protests for social change and justice.
Read up on Terresa speaking about how art is a reflection of society and how we digest current events. As well as self identity and the panel included.
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