Mason School of Art | Space Talk [Adversity and Art- Seeing The Invisible]
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Space Talk [Adversity and Art- Seeing The Invisible]

Space Talk [Adversity and Art- Seeing The Invisible]

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Space Talk is back this semester!

Please join us on Tuesday, March 7th, 7:30- 9:00pm EST for the first Space Talk: Disability in the Art World.

Space Talk, a student led panel which discusses topics relating to inclusion, equity, and responsibility in the classroom, on campus, and anywhere else where people share space. Students deserve a space to speak and be heard about matters of identity, equality, and inclusion where their grade is not at stake.

This semester is the first in person and fully student led iteration. Space Talk will be led by Mason School of Art student Brianna Camp. These talks will revolve around the subject of adversity and art. How does adversity impact our lives and our art practice? How can we bring light to issues that may often go unseen or unrecognized?

These discussions will take place in person at George Mason University Art and Design Building in the Open Studio (Room 2046).


Save the date for the other two Space Talk events that will take place this semester:

• Being a Woman Artist- Tuesday, April 4th, 7:30- 9:00pm EST
• Late Pandemic Burnout- Tuesday, May 2nd, 7:30- 9:00pm EST

See you there! 💙

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