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In the CCBI’s second Speaker Series event, we’re back with the topic of street art through social activism on March 12th!
Joining us for this lively panel discussion are local street artists Elicser Elliot, Bareket Kezwer, Moises Frank (Luvs), Nick Sweetman, and Natalie Very B, as well as our moderator Parul Panday. The artists will discuss their process and experience with producing works of art located in the public realm, and their motivations ranging from explicitly political to narratives inspiring growth, community, and acceptance. This discussion creates a dialogue for emerging and mid-career artists about how activism and art are interconnected, and why it’s important to understand and be intentional about one’s participation in creating art in the public realm.
As a preview to our discussion the mural pictured above “2020-1955” by Elicser Elliott, Nick Sweetman, Sight, Spyone and photographed by Mark D Segal, touches upon the Black Lives Matter movement by featuring depictions of important moments from history leading up to present day.
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Note: This event is taking place virtually, will not be recorded, and live captioning will be available throughout
CCBI Speaker Series
The Humber College Centre for Creative Business Innovation is launching our CCBI Speaker Series! These free online sessions will feature different subject matter experts from a range of creative disciplines, sharing their years of experience and knowledge with attendees. Join us for the opportunity to ask questions and learn how to advance your career, discover new and innovative trends, and network with industry professionals at all levels.
Humber College Centre for Creative Business Innovation (CCBI)
Humber College Lakeshore Campus
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March 12, 2021