Announcing a New Speaker Series—The Artist-Activist: Centering Black Voices

The Artist-Activist: Centering Black Voices is a new speaker series that provides an opportunity for Mason students, faculty, and staff, as well as the greater community, to engage in dialogue around creative process, activism, and racism. This series features nationally renowned artists speaking about the essential intersection between the creative sector and social justice movements. Using their artistic practice as a jumping off point, these speakers seek to ignite meaningful dialogue within our community, inspiring actionable tools for change.

Curated by a panel of anti-racist Mason educators, the conversations will be free and open to the public, and will be streamed online as part of Mason Arts at Home and Hylton at Home.

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