The Arts & Social Change Symposium will host a community visioning process at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute on November 5, 2013 from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm (doors open at 10:30 am.) Participants will envision how the Arts can bring about social change in our region.
Starting off this roundtable conversation is Robert Garfinkle, lead architect of the RACE: Are We So Different? exhibit now showing at the Pacific Science Center. We encourage you to visit the exhibit prior to the Summit; for hours, prices and free days, visit the Center’s site.
Sandra Jackson-Dumont (SAM) will facilitate progressive responses from artists and activists Fern Renville (Red Eagle Soaring), Delton Son and Alma Villegas on how RACE‘s content informs our local arts and social change efforts. This discussion will be followed by small & large group discussions to establish Where Do We Go From Here? Please join us for this exciting dialogue and help envision the future of Arts & Social Change. Visit the Facebook group for additional info!
Coffee and light refreshments will be served; Lunch options: Brown-bag or Reserve lunch catered by Hidmo Eritrean ($7/plate)