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Social Agents: Engaged Practice at Cleveland Institute of Art
Social Justice Teach-In

February 09 2019

When 1:40pm - 2:35pm
Where Kelvin Smith Library
11055 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH

Students at a showing of Underexposed, a documentary film they created at CIA

Underexposed is a documentary created by CIA Photgraphy + Video students that brings visibility to Black youth in Cleveland as they find solace in art making and performing as members of Shooting Without Bullets, Cleveland’s youth advocacy program.

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The Cleveland Institute of Art has a long history of community involvement connected to its curricular offerings, and on Saturday, February 9, CIA faculty members Barbara Chira, Beth Hoag, and Jacob Koestler will highlight some of CIA’s socially engaged courses and projects. They will also share a few lessons they have learned about educational strategies and the ethics of engagement.

This talk is part of the 19th Annual Social Justice Teach-In hosted by the InterReligious Task Force on Central America and Case Western Reserve University. It consists of over 30 workshops on local and global justice issues that people of all ages can participate in.

For more information, or to register, click here.

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Kelvin Smith Library
11055 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44109

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