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Southwestern University presents "Irresistible Revolutions" opening day

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Photo courtesy of Jason Ting

"Irresistible Revolutions" celebrates collective rest, dreaming, play, pleasure, and care as empowering, embodied practices that actively create the worlds we truly desire to build and inhabit together. The exhibition features artists whose works point to mindsets, rituals, and relationships that resist the everyday violence of white supremacy, capitalism, and cisheteropatriarchy, shifting us toward paradigms of healing and connection.

Featured artists include JooYoung Choi, Beatriz Cortez, Alex de las Mareas, Demian DinéYazhi ́, Khushboo Gulati & Jason Ting, Kimi Hanauer, Lovie Olivia, Charlie Watts with Tricia Hersey, and Paula Wilson. The exhibition is curated by Kelly Johnson for Southwestern University’s Brown Symposium “Radical Imagination: Art & Social Change.”

The exhibit will be on display until March 10.

"Irresistible Revolutions" celebrates collective rest, dreaming, play, pleasure, and care as empowering, embodied practices that actively create the worlds we truly desire to build and inhabit together. The exhibition features artists whose works point to mindsets, rituals, and relationships that resist the everyday violence of white supremacy, capitalism, and cisheteropatriarchy, shifting us toward paradigms of healing and connection.

Featured artists include JooYoung Choi, Beatriz Cortez, Alex de las Mareas, Demian DinéYazhi ́, Khushboo Gulati & Jason Ting, Kimi Hanauer, Lovie Olivia, Charlie Watts with Tricia Hersey, and Paula Wilson. The exhibition is curated by Kelly Johnson for Southwestern University’s Brown Symposium “Radical Imagination: Art & Social Change.”

The exhibit will be on display until March 10.

WHEN

WHERE

Southwestern University Fine Arts Building
https://www.southwestern.edu/academics/brown-symposium/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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