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ISH Saturday Evening Panel: ‘An Artist’s duty is to reflect the times’

ISH Saturday Evening Panel: ‘An Artist’s duty is to reflect the times’

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Date(s) - 03/20/2021
1:15 pm - 2:45 pm

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Saturday, March 20, 2021, from 1:15 pm to 2:45 pm CDT.

How do artists reflect their times? How do we document our movements and tell our stories? How do we galvanise the masses through our art?

About this Event

Our It Starts Here Conference returns for another year – this time revamped (and digital)!

We are excited to close our jam-packed Saturday programme with our final panel of the day, nodding to the sentiments of the late great Nina Simone: ‘An Artist’s duty is to reflect the times’: The role of art and creative resistance in our movements

In this discussion, we’ll be making connections between the role of art in our movements as a form of resistance and another expression of our struggle – how do artists reflect their times? How do we document our movements and tell our stories? How do we move people through our work? How do we galvanise the masses through what we create and how we create? These are some of the many questions to explore as well as thinking about each panellist’s own artistic practice and the motivation behind the work they put out into the world.

The panel will be moderated by Sarona Abuaker.

Sarona Abuaker is a poet, artist, and educational outreach worker. Her mixed-media essay ‘Suture Fragmentations – A Note on Return’ is published with KOHL: A Journal for Body and Gender Research, and her poems are featured in Berfrois, MAP Magazine, and The 87 Press Digital Poetics series. She is currently writing her debut collection ‘Why So Few Women On The Street At Night’ (to be released by The 87 Press in 2021), a queer phenomenology of collective Palestinian futurisms and memory building layering visual cultures, essays and poems, to approach territories as different as Turtle Island, Brockley and Palestine. She is based in London.

Speakers:

Amina Atiq

Nadine Bloch

Tobi Alexandra Falade

Jacob V Joyce

** All Panels at It Starts Here 2021 will be BSL Interpreted**

Our BSL Team across the weekend are:

Nakisayi Laursen

Eze Ani

Omoyele Thomas

Rebekah Spencer

Rabira Dachi

** All Panels & Workshops during It Starts Here 2021 will take place on Zoom. Joining instructions will be sent to attendees a few days before the events take place **

** This event – as with all our events, meetings and workshops – will follow the CAAT safer spaces policy **

For more information about this panel or any other events across the weekend, email events@caat.org.uk.

To register for this event, please click here

 

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