Voice, Art, and Community: A UMN Series

The Voice, Art, and Community: UMN Series features diverse voices through the arts and humanities. Events in this series explore lived experiences and individual perspectives of creators, introducing nuanced conversations that further our understanding of equity, justice, and our public and institutional history. The art goes beyond what we see and hear and allows us to learn about the experiences and circumstances that inspired it. This collaborative initiative features events from across the University of Minnesota system and community partners.

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Previous Events in the Voice, Art, and Community series

February 6, 2023 “Burial Rituals of the Habitual Tomorrow” with Heid E. Erdrich in conversation with Sun Yung Shin and Douglas Kearney

February 21, 2022, "What Poetry Saves by Nikky Finney" with Poet and Activist Nikky Finney in conversation with Tish Jones

October 18, 2021, "Hotbeds: Insurgent Design for Collaborative Transformation" with Poet and Activist Nikky Finney

March 5, 2021, "The Insurgent Sensualist: Truth and Beauty in Social Change"  with Poet and Activist Nikky Finney

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