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Radical Acts - Building an anti-racist future through Art : A conversation with Sheryl Oring and Sherrill Roland
Stamps Gallery in partnership with U-M Democracy & Debate Theme Semester is proud to present a conversation with leading social practice artists Sheryl Oring and Sherrill Roland, Creative Capital awardees and practitioners nationally renowned for their long-term and ongoing performance projects - I Wish to Say and The Jumpsuit Project. Oring and Roland leverage their socially engaged art practices as a vehicle to activate democracy and build awareness of the systemic barriers within the incarceration and criminal justice systems.

Join us for a lively and intimate conversation with Oring and Roland, who are also longtime friends and collaborators, as they discuss the urgency and complexities of making socially engaged projects in our present moment. The conversation will be moderated by Stamps Gallery Director, Srimoyee Mitra.

Feb 25, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Sherill Roland, Jumpsuit Project DC, 2019  Photo-credit: Christian Carter-Ross
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