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Being a BIPOC Artist in Vermont
March 11, 2021 @ 7:00 pmFree
Join Spruce Peak Arts on Thursday, March 11 at 7 p.m. for an important virtual panel discussion exploring the unique challenges faced by black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) artists in Vermont.
A panel of three artists from across Vermont – Jennifer Herrera Condry (Brandon), Will Kasso Condry (Brandon), and Harlan Mack (Johnson) – will join together for a one-hour discussion, followed by a brief Q&A, facilitated by artist/moderator, ISAIAS of San Diego, CA.
“We’re grateful to this amazing group of artists for their willingness to speak their truth to our audience and shine a light on the challenges that exist for BIPOC artists in Vermont,” said Hope Sullivan, Spruce Peak Art’s Executive Director. “As an organization, Spruce Peak Arts is committed to creating a platform for racial and social justice topics to be explored and to leading the effort to confront discomfort and create lasting change in our community.”Pre-registration for this free YouTube event is required. Visit SprucePeakArts.org to register.