A Critical Conversation - a socially-engaged project
A social practice project for Eugene Contemporary Art and ANTI-AESTHETIC funded, in part, by a Jordan Schnitzer Black Lives Matter Artist Grant and a Lane Arts Artist Grant
“A CRITICAL CONVERSATION” is a multi-disciplinary exhibition that focuses on the intersections of art, race and privilege as we experience it in this place we call home and the culture at large.
The core of the project focuses on art that is anti-racist in its intention and comments on or questions racism. Issues of identity, privilege, politics, history and place are rich areas to explore through work that subverts or reveals a point of view. Work by BIPOC and White artists will be presented in dialog with one another and the artist’s location within this conversation.
Logo designed by Claire Osborn.