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Historic “I am a Man” signs from the Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike of 1968 remind us to respect essential workers and to uphold the civil rights of people of color in the U.S. and around the world. On Labor Day 2020, we share the perspectives of three artists whose work bears witness to ongoing struggles.
The book Curatorial Activism suggests a range of ways to amplify hidden voices. Curators that become familiar with the practices that author Maura Reilly explores will recognize the strengths in inclusion and the common pitfalls faced by those working to cultivate equity in the field of contemporary art.
Creating Connections/Sparking Engagement, issue 4 of our Fresh Art International Research Guide, delves into the theme of social engagement.
Miami Moves Me is a Spring 2020 podcast brought to you by a team of University of Miami students. Their stories explore the City’s cultural landscape.
Helping those who are have limited access to healthy foods is only one of the many ways the students participating in the Student Edition of FreshArt International are focused on increasing accessibility to build a better future.
The first three Student Edition episodes feature voices from Detroit, Toronto, and Chicago. Revealing a future we can look forward to, they show our potential for creating a more connected world.
University and art school students from Chicago, Detroit, Toronto and Miami take over Fresh Art International, with daily episodes and essays. Follow to find out what sparks their creative impulse.