Wednesday
March
21

When Women Disrupt

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 5:30pm7:30pm Wallis Annenberg Hall (ANN), Forum

What role can socially and politically engaged art and multimedia play in public spaces and in generating greater awareness and participation in struggles for social justice and liberation?

The When Women Disrupt collaborative — featuring artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, muralist Jessica Sabogal and filmmaker Melinda James — will discuss how their outdoor public art installations challenge racism, sexism and xenophobia.

In this USC Annenberg Institute for Diversity and Empowerment (IDEA) and USC Visions & Voices sponsored event, these artists-activists will discuss their work and the role that socially and politically engaged art and multimedia can play in public spaces and in generating greater awareness and participation in struggles for social justice and liberation. The following day, When Women Disrupt, in collaboration with USC students, will install a unique work of public art on USC’s campus.

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