Posted on September 15, 2016, BY Matthew Beltz

The Bucknell University Griot Institute will host "African-American Arts: Activism and Aesthetics," an arts activism conference, Sept 28 to Oct. 1.

This conference will engage scholars and artists in critical conversations that reflect on the intersections between African-American activism, the creative process and questions of aesthetics, particularly in light of the crises of the contemporary moment.

Featured speakers and presenters include acclaimed artists Carrie Mae Weems, Jimmy Greene, Nathaniel Hunt, Indigo Moor and scholar James Peterson.

This conference is open to the public, however there is a $150 registration fee for non-Bucknell members. The fee for Bucknell faculty or staff is $30, and Bucknell students may attend for free.

View complete conference schedule



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