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Art as Activism Conversation & Closing Reception

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The New Haven Pride Center and the Arts Council of Greater New Haven Presents:

Art as Activism : A Panel Conversation
April 30, 2018 | 6:00 - 8:00p
New Haven Pride Center, 84 Orange Street

Join us for a special panel on artwork as activism with a New Haven and Connecticut artists in conversation all to the backdrop of the New Haven Pride Center’s latest exhibit "Facing the Virus: Selections from the Gold Series" by Jonathan Joseph-Ganjian.

Read more about "Facing the Virus: Selections from the Gold Series" here: goo.gl/YQaqJD

Free to attend.

About our panelists:

Jonathan Joseph-Ganjian is a Connecticut based fine artist and consultant. Through J. Joseph Studio he sells original modern oil and mixed media pieces with a commitment to narratives of transformation, change, and marginalized narratives. His current project, The Gold Series: 50 Painting exploration of HIV, is slated to wrap in 2018 with a pending project through Nordstrom, who will be commissioning the final pieces for their new Men’s Store in Manhattan.

Additional panelists to-be-announced.

The panel will be moderated by New Haven Pride Center Executive Director, Patrick J Dunn.