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Arts & Culture Track

Art in a Year of Unrest

Crosscut Festival 2021
Wed May 5, 2021 | 11:00am

A conversation with local artists whose work has been affected by the pandemic.

Black man with short dark hair and facial hair is wearing a black leather jacket over a black top and smiles at the camera against a dark grey background
White man with greyish-white mustache and beard wearing glasses and a multi-colored checked button-down shirt against a blurry background of a building
Asian woman with long, straight, dark hair wearing an orange off-the-shoulder top that reveals a tattoo on her right shoulder gazes off to the side. She is standing against a wall tiled with yellow posters of the same design
Featuring: Teddy Phillips (AKA Stat The Artist), Steven Miller, Monyee Chau

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The Crosscut Festival is a celebration of big ideas and bold thinking - a gathering of a community of the curious. Connect with noteworthy political leaders and newsmakers along with authors, journalists and experts focused on the most important issues of our time. The Crosscut Festival features firesides interviews, panels and special events that explore forward-thinking in Politics, Social Justice, the Environment, History, Innovation and more.

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