Learn about migration and how it impacts our communities with University of Utah assistant professor of ethnic studies Annie Isabel Fukushima and colleagues from The Institute of (im)Possible Subjects—a transnational feminist collective of artists, writers, and researchers.
Through film screenings, performance, and a video/media making workshop, this UMFA ACME Session seeks to create dialogue and imagery reflecting the experience of women in these migratory times. All ages, genders, and national origins are invited to this timely discussion as we grapple with our twenty-first-century reality—people, family, and even objects on the move.
Damali Abrams the Glitter Priestess | Artist, New York City
Dalida María Benfield | Artist and researcher, Vermont College of Fine Arts
Annie Isabel Fukushima | Director, Initiative for Transformative Social Work, University of Utah
ACME (Art. Community. Museum. Education.) Sessions are bimonthly roundtable public exchanges where participants can dream and articulate new models of education and engagement through art. Presented by the UMFA in partnership with The City Library. Presenting sponsor is Wells Fargo with additional funding from Utah Humanities.
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