At the Crossroads: Activating the Intersection of Art and Justice
Presented by 21st Century Arts and a collaborative of community organizers, At the Crossroads is a two-part community event comprised of a 2.5 day PISAB (Peoples Institute for Survival and Beyond) Undoing Racism© Community Organizing Workshop in the Rochesters Central Libraries followed by a daylong Art Power empowerment symposium for artists and culture workers at the former New Horizons Faith Center (Formerly, Frederick Douglass Resource Center), which is adjacent to Susan B. Anthony Square Park.
2.5-day PISAB Undoing Racism© Community Organizing Workshop
-October 6, 5:30-8 pm; October 7, 9 am 5 pm; October 8, 9 am 5 pm
-$350 (Limited, partial scholarships available email@example.com)
-Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County 115 South Avenue, Rochester, New York 14604
-Undoing Racism workshops by http://PISAB.org
Art Power Symposium
-October 8, 10 am to 4 pm
-$40 (Lunch provided)
-New Horizons Faith Center, 36 King Street, Rochester, New York 14608
-Day of empowerment for artists and culture workers including speakers, workshops and performance
Save, if attending both - $380
YOU MUST REGISTER for the ART POWER symposium separately, which you can do so at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3086656.
Collaborative team of organizers includes -Reenah Golden (Artist/Educator), Tokeya Graham (Artist/Educator), Thomas Warfield (Artist/Educator), Stephanie Paredes (Artist/Administrator), Cynnie Gaasch (Artist/Educator/Administrator Western New York), Annette Ramos (Artist/Educator/Administrator), and Sean McLeod (Artist/Educator/Administrator-Central New York).
Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County (View)
115 South Avenue
Rochester, NY 14604
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