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    Conversations@Moore: Artists, Communities, Organizing

    Thursday, November 3, 2022 at 6:30 PMEastern Daylight Time UTC -04:00

    Moore College of Art & Design
    1916 Race Street, Located on the Parkway
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    United States

    This multi-city event with arts organizers from Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York City. They will reflect on their work, group organizational structures and strategies, what they’ve learned in the last 2 years and aspirations for organizing moving forward. This event should be of interest to students and practitioners interested in the role of art in public space making, community organizing and supporting community thriving. Convened on the occasion of Southeast by Southeast’s 10th anniversary, this program will put that work in Southeast Philadelphia in dialogue with other inspiring practices. 

    Join us for presentations by Shira Walinsky about Southeast by Southeast a community space through Mural Arts (Philadelphia); Laila Islam and Isa Matisse about the Future Is Us Collective (Philadelphia); Rheagen King and Joseph Orzal about Nomunomu (Baltimore); and Diane Wong about Chinatown Art Brigade (New York City). 

    This event is a collaboration between Mural Arts Philadelphia, Jefferson Humanities & Health, and Moore’s Socially Engaged Art MFA and MA programs.

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.