the art of becoming black in america
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How can the arts give voice to historically silenced people and help create a place in a dominant narrative?

 

How does restorative justice through artistic expressions work today?

 

How modern technology provides new outreach platforms?

 

Symposium “Art of Becoming Black” brings together scholars and artists that work on the intersection of African-American history, race and popular culture who provide the contextual framework for attendees to consider the role that creative arts practices have functioned as both potent literacies of resistance for marginalized communities--particularly for the African American community--and as a restorative practice which legitimizes and elevates individual voices and asserts their collective power

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full documentation in 360 video will be available here soon

 


This program has been made possible through INCommon grant from Indiana Humanities for "Legacy in Race and Enthnicities" in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities, Arts Administration program, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Puffin West and Puffin Foundations. 

Curators of the project are Anna Evtiugina and Kaila Austin

 
 
 

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