Thursday, February 25, 2021

Artists Dismantling Capitalism Moves Online

Posted By on Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 6:30 AM

click to enlarge Shambe Jones (Cooperation Jackson), Leslie Castellano (Synapsis), David Cobb (Cooperation Humboldt) explore the intersection of art, political education and electoral politics.
  • Shambe Jones (Cooperation Jackson), Leslie Castellano (Synapsis), David Cobb (Cooperation Humboldt) explore the intersection of art, political education and electoral politics.
Cooperation Humboldt and The Ink People have partnered this year to bring you the fourth Artists Dismantling Capitalism Symposium, taking place online from Feb. 26-28.

The symposium features 17 sessions covering a variety of topics from theater to music cooperatives to solidarity economics, spirituality and more. It also marks the virtual launch of the public art show Just Imagine.

While the event is free, $5-$100 donations are encouraged to help cover costs and pay artists. A food drive will gather non-perishable items for Cooperation Humboldt’s Little Free Pantry network.

Head to www.cooperationhumboldt.com/dismantle-capitalism for more on the symposium’s complete schedule and how to link up.
click to enlarge For the symposium, Mo Desir discusses non-mainstream Black artists and Black liberation, and leads participants in a writing workshop.
  • For the symposium, Mo Desir discusses non-mainstream Black artists and Black liberation, and leads participants in a writing workshop.
click to enlarge Explore identity, colonial capitalism and personal accountability through expressive arts with Samantha Williams-Gray.
  • Explore identity, colonial capitalism and personal accountability through expressive arts with Samantha Williams-Gray.
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