A legal and advocacy framework for exploring the intersection of houselessness and food insecurity, followed by a radical art experience.
Denisse Córdova Montes, Acting Associate Director of the Human Rights and Tamar Ezer, Acting Director of the Human Rights Clinic and the Faculty Director of the Human Rights Program – both from University of Miami School of Law – will present on the intersection of race, food insecurity, and houselessness in the U.S. We will meet at the School of the Art Institute Galleries.
The presentation will be followed by a printmaking project with The Radical Print Shop Project.
The RADICAL PRINT SHOP PROJECT is a pop-up collaborative printshop meant to exist temporarily in communal spaces. Its focus is to teach accessible printing techniques that may be used to celebrate stories and amplify concerns of historically marginalized groups. The project's intention is to work directly with people interested in using art in grassroots organizing to develop and distribute images that support peoples' movements. Together, we make and explore art making as a tool to mobilize, organize for, and imagine just futures.
A meal will be shared.
We thank the IL Humanities for their support of this program.