Coming Together: A conversation about collective and collaboration with Katie Avila Loughmiller
Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at 7PM via Zoom
On Tuesday, June 1, join us online for "Coming Together," a conversation with artist Katie Avila Loughmiller. In an era where division and polarization seem inescapable, we discuss her work to find meaningful collaboration with collectives in Milwaukee such as LUNA (Latinas Unidas en la Artes). Heard Space and Milwaukee Action Intersection. Following the conversation with Katie, join in facilitated dialogue to explore where collaboration and working collectively can be integrated in your life.
These talks are free but space is limited.
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