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Webinar: Remote Cultures Conversations: How Uniquely Precarious Artists are Performing Public Health

Sunday, November 22, 2020

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Remote Cultures Conversations: How Uniquely Precarious Artists are Performing Public Health
The Remote Cultures project seeks to recognize the ways in which the arts are adapting to public health measures and innovating responses to it. In the first virtual conversation, moderated by Remote Cultures project representative, Aaron Cloverson, we have invited two uniquely precarious artists and one budding public health professional to have an informal conversation about their experiences during the pandemic and how their experiences have shaped their work.

• Charlee Huffman (maxpú hiⁿga miⁿga) is a member of the Unique Precarities team, and will be participating in the conversation as a representative of that project, as well as speaking to their own experience with wellness, community events and organizing within their own tribal (Kaw) community.

• Kenya (Robinson) is a local Gainesville-based artist with a uniquely adapted practice and an internationally renowned body of work, who will speak to that practice as part of the conversation.

• Erin Kim is a representative of the Gainesville chapter of the contraCOVID project, which seeks to serve Latinx and immigrant families during the pandemic and to provide general resources for precarious communities beyond Gainesville.

Dec 1, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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