Together in Contradiction: Asian American Unity Now
A Roundtable Discussion
Thursday, May 20th | 5 PM – 6 PM
Together in Contradiction: Asian American Unity Now is a roundtable discussion on culture work and solidarity politics in an age of rising xenophobia, gentrification, and political contradiction. Facilitated by local artist in residence Dan S. Wang, this conversation will feature artist Carol Zou and other organizers to be determined.
This event is being produced in partnership with WeRise.LA.
This panel is part of Recovery Justice: Being Well, a series of self-organized artist projects at 18th Street Arts Center’s Airport Campus on view from March 8 – July 16, 2021. Facilitated by Sara Daleiden, this project aims to highlight the recent circumstances that have evolved during the pandemic (racial justice demonstrations and destruction, as well as social discontent and general disconnection) into a series of self-organized artist projects that merges the exterior and interior public spaces of City of Santa Monica property. 18th Street Airport Campus at Santa Monica Municipal Airport will be the site where artists reimagine the city and beyond in the midst of complex social unrest globally.
Participating artists include Sara Daleiden, Nicola Goode, Susie McKay Krieser, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, M Susan Broussard, Lionel Popkin, Yrneh Gabon Brown, Lola del Fresno, Debra Disman, Melinda Smith Altshuler, Gregg Chadwick, Luciana Abait, Deborah Lynn Irmas, Rebecca Youssef, and Dan S. Wang.