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Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 7:00-8:00 PM

Intersecting with the themes of With Liberty and Justice, Neysa Page-Lieberman will discuss her work with Monuments to Movements as the collective builds an international network and movement to re-envision public artwork. M2M seeks to elevate collective action over “hero worship” while using a feminist framework that engages Feminisms as an intersectional philosophy applied to art, policy, process and practice. Neysa will introduce the M2M model of creating engaged, community collaboration to produce new works, illuminate how the feminist framework is the most effective tool for dismantling dominant power structures and how society can elevate more artists’ practices by resisting “permanence” and embracing new ways of monumentalizing. The presentation will also tie in local events in monument reckonings and actions, and share updates about M2M projects in the works.

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

With Liberty and Justice is an exhibition of nine contemporary artists that reflects on the history of America, evaluates gaps in historical knowledge, and questions the mythology of America in the collective imagination. For more information, visit Charlotte Street’s website.

COVID-19 PROTOCOL

Masks are required indoors. Proof of vaccination required upon entry. RSVP strongly encouraged. For more information about our updated COVID-19 protocol, please visit Charlotte Street’s website.

Event Details
When

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 7:00-8:00 PM

Where

Kemper Library @ Charlotte Street (3333 Wyoming)

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