November 5, 2021 | 5:30-7:00PM PT
Onsite at Oakland Asian Cultural Center
Details & RSVP at www.oacc.cc
Bay Area printmakers and community artists reflect on the role of printmaking in social justice movements. The Bay Area has been the site of powerful protest efforts advocating for radical social change and a more equitable, inclusive world for all communities, especially those disempowered by the status quo. Accompanying these protests are striking artistic expressions in the form of print posters.
Hear from a panel of community individuals about the enduring significance and power of print posters in inspiring social change. Speakers include Art Hazelwood, Joanna Ruckman, Michelle Mouton, and Sharat Lin.
This event will be held in-person at Oakland Asian Cultural Center but may switch to a virtual format if necessary. RSVP at oacc.cc to receive the latest updates. Donations are appreciated and no one will be turned away for lack of funds.