How does it feel to be a minority within a minority? Racialized members of our bisexual+ community face unique challenges. What issues are they facing, and what does art have to do with it? Join us for our interactive panel discussion Racialized and Bisexual+: Exploring Identity in Arts Practice on September 24, 7:30 to 9 pm!
Our panel, comprised of racialized, bisexual+ artists will discuss how they are exploring these intersecting identities through the visual and performing arts. Moderated by Anna-Liza Badaloo, our panelists are artist Apanaki Temitayo M, and filmmaker Jaene F. Castrillon.
The first part of the panel discussion will explore which issues are on their minds, how their work has been received, and the impact on artists of being vulnerable in this way. The second part will look towards community solutions with a lively discussion of how the Bi+ Arts Festival can support the artistic expression of racialized bisexual+ voices, and work towards dismantling systemic racism in our community.