Artmaking in a Time of Societal and Economic Disruption

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Artmaking in a Time of Societal and Economic Disruption

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Date: August 19, 2020, 6:30 – 8:00pm
Cost: All sessions are free for CARFAC Alberta and CARFAC Saskatchewan members. Non-members pay $25 per ticket.

After presentation(s) run for the first 60 minutes, there will be a 30-minute discussion based on the questions that you and other attendees submit for the presenter(s) to answer.

Artmaking in a Time of Societal and Economic Disruption

With COVID-19 and some necessary long-overdue societal changes happening in 2020, we are definitely living in a time of disruption and change. Join us for this webinar that explores artmaking now!

With Artists:

AJA Louden (Edmonton artist and educator) With ancestral roots split between Jamaica and Canada, Louden uses a background in graffiti to create multi-faceted, collaborative, multi-narrative urban murals. As an educator, Louden teaches about the history and culture of unsanctioned public art.

Michel Boutin (Prince Albert interdisciplinary artist, educator and cultural animateur) is the Artistic Director of IPAC (Indigenous Peoples Art Collective) in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan which he co-founded in 2005. As a cultural animateur, Boutin recruits artists to connect with topics that are relevant to the local social and cultural milieu, such as race, gender and LGBTQ advocacy.

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A poster for the CARFAC Alberta + CARFAC Saskatechewan August 2020 webinars

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