Join us for an evening with Gisela McDaniel, diasporic indigenous Chamorro artist, and feminist, as she shares her journey and process behind her work. Primarily centering women who identify as indigenous, multiracial, immigrant, and of color, McDaniel’s work deliberately disrupts and responds to patterns of censorship as it relates to the exhibition of women’s bodies, voices, and stories.
Light refreshments provided. This talk is FREE but please RSVP via ticket link.
Presented in partnership with: ASIA Inc, The Ellipsis Institute for Women of Color in the Academy, the InterReligious Task Force on Central America, and the Young Latino Network.
Public FB event is https://www.facebook.com/events/2287857804796977/
To sign up for and RSVP to this event http://bit.ly/giselatalk
For more information about the artist: https://www.giselamcdaniel.com/
For access to recordings of Gisela's work: https://soundcloud.com/gisela_mcdaniel/sets/lush-prose-exhibition-audio-recordings