On Thursday evening, February 22, the Cedars Union presents a panel discussion titled ReFORM: Art & Activism, co-organized and hosted by Kirk Hopper Fine Art in Dallas.
Via Cedars Union: “This thought-provoking panel discussion will feature artists who use their work as a form of activism. The panel will discuss the many ways artists expose the issues at an international, national, and local level and how art can be a powerful tool to generate social change in our communities.”
The acclaimed artist and activist Lauren Woods will moderate the discussion, which includes DFW-based artists Amber Bemak, Jen Rose, Giovanni Valderas, and Avi Varma, and Mexico-City based artist Nadia Granados.
Again, the panel discussion takes place on Thursday, Feb. 22, from 6-8 pm at Kirk Hopper Fine Art in Dallas. A brief reception, from 6 to 6:30 pm, precedes the panel discussion itself. This event is free and open to the public.