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Join us for an artist talk!

Art and culture surround us all the time. They shape our identity and forge our collective imagination. Cultural change precedes political change, and therefore, we must build vibrant cultural practices that inspire new ways of thinking and catalyze justice and solutions. Favianna Rodriguez will give a dynamic lecture about how art can inspire, educate, and help spur the imagination toward social change. She will show examples of her art over the last decade, and speak about how her work addresses racial justice, climate justice, migrant rights, and gender justice. She will also talk about and show examples of the evolution of her creative practice in printmaking and public art.

February 7, 2024, 4–6 PM
Stevenson Event Center

We will be serving pizza at the event (until we run out) and we will have affordable prints of Favianna’s artwork for purchase.

Co-Sponsored by:
The Humanities Institue * Dolores Huerta Research Center for the Americas *  Institute of Art and Sciences * Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) Initiatives

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  • Solenn Nelly Rose Augustin Dit Richard
  • Sonia Ramos

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