Ken Grossinger and Jane Golden on Art Works at Barnes & Noble in Philadelphia

April 24, 2024
- 6:00 pm
Barnes & Noble
1708 Chestnut Street,
Philadelphia PA

Join us for a captivating evening at The Barnes and Noble Philadelphia on Wednesday, April 24, 2024 at 6pm, as we delve into the dynamic world of art and activism with "Art Works: How Artists and Organizers Are Creating A Better World Together." This engaging discussion features the renowned Ken Grossinger, a visionary strategist in social and economic justice movements, whose expertise in harnessing the power of art for societal change is unparalleled. Under the moderation of Jane Golden, Executive Director of Mural Arts Philadelphia, the conversation promises to be both enlightening and inspiring, highlighting the transformative role of art in current social and political landscapes. Whether you're an artist, activist, or simply passionate about social change, this is an unmissable opportunity to explore the intersection of creativity and activism. Discover how art is not just a form of expression but a powerful catalyst for community engagement and societal transformation. Reserve your spot for an evening of thought-provoking discussion and be part of the movement shaping a better world through art. We encourage all interested attendees to register through our Eventbrite.