Community Dialogue: How Frida Taught Us to Paint Our Realities
Saturday, September 10
1:00pm – 2:30pm
FREE for Members
FREE for Youth 17 & under
Free with General Admission for Adults
*Capacity limited. Advance, timed-entry ticket recommended.
Join the Tulsa City-County Library’s Hispanic Resource Center for a panel discussion with Latinx artists VNICE and Ana Barros, community leaders, and curators as they delve into the influence, and radical nature of the artistic movements in the United States and in Latin America, especially during the time periods when Frida Kahlo was active.
Panelists will discuss how norms, socioeconomic barriers, and artists themselves have inspired the direction of the movements. How does history inform the power of voices today and how are modern artists finding inspiration to create? Explore these questions with us.
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