Arts and Activism
Welcome readers! We’re excited to share interviews with artists who are creating work that calls us to stand up to injustice and to envision a more equitable, just and peaceful world. This work is often called “socially engaged art” or by others, “activist art” or “social practice.” It goes by many labels and nuances, or none at all, and can be found in the streets, coffee shops, our own sketchbooks, and sometimes even in museums and galleries. It includes a rich, vibrant mix of visual art, music, dance, spoken word, writing, and inspiring mixtures of disciplines. Sharing the work of artists that encourage our creative making is our goal in this blog. A better world is possible, we’ll meet you on the journey!
Resistance is Fertile!