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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
465 Huntington Ave, Boston, Massachusetts 02115
How can we redirect systems of power within Boston to support people of color?
Join Boston-area thinkers, institutions, entrepreneurs, activists, city officials, and artists at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
for a discussion inspired by themes found in the exhibition «Casanova's Europe: Art, Pleasure, and Power in the 18th Century,» on view July 8–October 8, 2018.
Our moderator for the evening will be educator and activist Alicia Greene (pronouns: she/her/hers). Panelists include:
• Bashezo (pronouns: ze/zir and they/them), Transdisciplinary Performance and Installation creative, QTBIPOC (Queer Trans Black Indigenous People of Color) Arts and Community space/place maker, founder of Project Resuscitation, co-founder of UnBound Bodies Collective and assistant professor at MassArt
• Hansy Better Barraza (pronouns: she/hers), AIA, LEED AP, co-founder of Studio Luz Architects and Professor of Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design
• Liz Miranda (pronouns: she/her/hers), executive director, Hawthorne Youth and Community Center
Photo by Caitlin Cunningham Photography.
Presented with support from the Dori H. Rahbar and Cameron R. Rahbar Fund.