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Artist Sustainability Workshop Series: How to be an Artivist
May 2 @ 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Art is frequently used to amplify social justice causes and bring traditionally marginalized voices to the forefront. Especially in a changing metropolis like New York, the visual arts play a crucial role in raising awareness and advocating for community change. By examining global protest art through a human rights framework, we can learn how to harness the power of the arts for change. Join us in exploring the intersections of art and activism or Artivism and participate in collaborative art-making activities to amplify activism in your own community.
About Marissa A. Gutierrez-Vicario (Instructor)
Marissa Gutiérrez-Vicario is the Founder and Executive Director of Art and Resistance Through Education (ARTE), based out of New York City. As a committed human rights activist, artist, educator, and advocate for youth, Marissa launched ARTE in 2013 to help young people amplify their voices and organize for human rights change in their communities through the arts. Currently, Marissa serves as a Program Leader for the UU College of Social Justice and as an Adjunct Lecturer at the City College of New York in the Art Education Department.