|SEARCHING FOR OUR HUMANITY - AN ARTISTíS RESPONSE TO RACIAL INJUSTICE|
Event Type: Diversity-Related|
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Visual Art and Performance Poetry PresentationLibrary: Duncan Branch Library
by Suzanne Scott Constantine
Suzanne Scott Constantine is a professor at George Mason Universityís School of Integrative Studies. She teaches in the social justice and human rights concentration, and her courses focus on racial, ethnic and gender inequities. She also is a studio artist at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, where she is an interdisciplinary visual and performance artist, with a focus on social justice issues. She holds a Masterís Degree from James Madison University in English Literature and a Master of Fine Arts in interdisciplinary art from Goddard College in Vermont.
Location: Meeting Room