Friday Panels and Workshops | Non-Members

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FOR BUS TOUR & PANELS IS REQUIRED!

$45.00

Friday, Feb 14, 2020

Eight 90-minute sessions over four meeting times include artist-members discussing their work; panels on art and activism in the Midwest; workshops on fair-use for artists, art and healing, and artist collaborations; and more!

ARTIST TALKS:

Yeonhee Cheong, “Here and Now: A Case of Grappling with Identities.” yeonheecheong.com

Corinna Sephora, “Blood of the Earth.” corrinasephora.com

Anne Farley Gaines, “Projecting a Positive Future: Mural Series Created with Teens.” annefarleygaines.com

Carene Rudman, “Ellen Sandor: It’s Two Minutes to Midnight.” carenhelenerudman.com, Ellen Sandor www.artn.com

Ann Mohler, “Visual Arts Impact Intersectionality”

PANELS:

Laurie Hall, “Intersectional on Ideas, Interactive in Practice: Activist Artists in the Midwest.” laurietalbothall.com

Maxine Hess/Barbara Rehg/Ann Rowles, “Intersectionality: Building Awareness, Brainstorming Ideas, and Exploring  collaborations.”

Maxine Hess maxinehess.com; Barbara Rehg brehgstudios.comAnn Rowles annrowles.com

Margaret Parker, “Feeding the World: Intersectionality and the Midwest Art Scene.” margaretparkerstudio.com

WORKSHOPS:

Gilah Hirsch, “Art and Healing.” gilah.com

Linda Kattwinkel, “From Shepard Fairey to Fair Use: What Every Artist Needs to Know about Copyright Law.” www.owe.com/attorneys/linda-joy-kattwinkel/

Laura Phelps Rogers, “The Art in the Everyday Community Quilt Project.” lauraphelpsrogers.com

Emily Getsay, “LGBTQIA + Caucus Introduction and Inclusion”