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Poster for Remembrance Art Exhibition featuring work from gallery

Utopian World-Making: Art, Social Justice & Communities of Color Symposium

This symposium, occurring April 28-29 at the Regis Center for Art, explores the ways in which culture and art can be used to reconstruct the place of queer communities of color in today's society. The event features round table discussions with Los Angeles artists and local Minneapolis community organizers, as well as a silent auction and a workshop for children.
Dr. Michelle Téllez speaking at the Nolte Center.

Beyond the Wall: Border Disruptions and Creative Resistance

On February 2, Dr. Michelle Téllez, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mexican American Studies at the University of Arizona, gave a talk at the University of Minnesota. She spoke to current concerns regarding the proposal to build a border wall and its implications for US-Mexico relations. This event was co-sponsored by American Studies, RIGS, and GWSS.