Art can provoke strong emotions and bring grave issues into focus. But it's not enough to be a passive observer. Inspired by “Philip Guston Now,” join this discussion at the MFA on hate crimes, anti-Semitism, and racial bias focusing on how we can make change.
Co-presented with the Jewish Arts Collaborative, in connection with their current public art movement, Be the Change, on view in the Fenway area through October 26.
Adam Strom, director of Re-Imagining Migration
Caron Tabb, the artivist behind the Be the Change project
Jason Talbot, Be the Change artist
Peggy Shukur, deputy director at the Anti-Defamation League
Mariangely Solis Cervera, chief of equity and inclusion for the City of Boston