Thursday, April 25, 2019, 9:00am
Vision & Justice is a landmark creative convening that will explore the role of the arts in constructions of citizenship, race, and justice, with a focus on the African American experience. The event is organized around a guiding question: How has visual representation both limited and liberated our definition of American citizenship and belonging? The program will emphasize short, stimulating presentations with the goal of catalyzing ideas for future work in art and justice around the country and the world. Events will be held at the Radcliffe Institute, Harvard Art Museums, and Harvard's Sanders Theatre. Proceedings will stream live for individual and group viewings. Registration required. For more informaiton, click here.