The Wall as Witness: Muralism, Spatial Justice and Social Rights Panel Series - Muralism and The Mission

Thursday, May 6, 2021, 5:00 pm
 The Wall as Witness: Muralism, Spatial Justice and Social Rights

Cary Cordova, author of “The Heart of the Mission,” and artist and academic Víctor De La Rosa discuss the social role and impact of art in open spaces. Free.

This discussion is part two of the "The Wall as Witness: Muralism, Spatial Justice, and Social Rights" series, which engages with muralism practice in San Francisco and the USA both historically and in the present, focusing on social and racial justice issues related to access to space, Latina/o/x representation and resistance.

Event organized by Abigail Lapin Dardashti and Victor De La Rosa (School of Art) and Omar Sosa-Tzec (School of Design) with the support of the Extraordinary Ideas Grant.

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The Wall as Witness: Muralism, Spatial Justice and Social Rights Panel Series - Reclaiming Space Locally and Globally, April 15

Location: 
Online (Zoom)
Sponsor: 
School of Art, School of Design, College of Liberal & Creative Arts
Contact: 
Abigail Lapin Dardashti