MURALISM & ACTIVISM | Gina Hernandez-Clarke | A CCSRE 17th Annual Kieve Lecture Event
Institute for Diversity in the Arts (IDA)
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Please join the Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity and the Institute for Diversity in the Arts for a lecture and discussion with Gina Hernandez-Clarke, Director of Community Engaged Learning, Stanford Arts, and Stanford Alum.
Inspired by mural movements in the S.F. Bay Area and elsewhere, Stanford students alongside artists such as Juana Alicia have painted murals at sites on campus. This talk will address how these murals are a unique form of community engagement and sites for creating shared history and student learning across generations. At the heart of this form of public art is the power of muralism in social justice movements.
This event is open to the Stanford campus community and is part of CCSRE's 17th Annual Anne & Loren Kieve Distinguished Lecture events.
Presented in partnership with the Institute for Diversity in the Arts
Image credit: Mujeres de Fuego, Juana Alicia Araiza with Stanford Students, 1987
Lunch will be provided | RSVP