Sunday, May 26th (3-5 p.m.)
244 Lake St.
Oak Park, IL 60302
free and open to the public, all ages
You’re invited to come to the next installment of our Radical Pedagogies series, during which Spencer Hutchinson and Dan Godston present a talk about racial identity, racism & cultural appropriation in the arts — including focuses on aspects of Modernism such as the Négritude movement and Harlem Renaissance; Chicago's Black Renaissance; artists and activists associated with the American Indian Movement; songs in musical genres such as the blues, jazz, rock and roll, and hip hop; and more. During this session we discuss --
Above: Harriet Tubman by Margaret Burroughs
A hands-on multi-arts workshop follows the talk. The workshop puts into practice some themes covered in our talk.
This program, co-presented by Compound Yellow and the Borderbend Arts Collective, is part of the Radical Pedagogies series, which happens at Compound Yellow on the fourth Sunday of the month.