Join the Museum of Work and Culture and the Rhode Island Labor History Society on Wednesday, September 22nd at 12pm for the free, virtual panel “Art and Labor for Lunch.”
Moderated by Brad Fesmire, Artistic Director of Riverzedge Arts, and featuring six working artists from across the state, this panel will engage in conversations about creative labor, artistic journeys, and the role of art in civic engagement and community building.
Panelists include Silvermoon Mars LaRose of Exeter’s Tomaquag Museum, Tim Ferland of Providence’s Steel Yard, Carley Ferrara of Providence’s Iron Mountain Forge, Lydia Pérez of Warwick’s Puerto Rican Institute of Arts and Advocacy, Taylor Jackson of Providence’s ¡CityArts! For Youth, and Sue Bohorquez of the RI Department of State.
The public can register for the program by visiting: https://bit.ly/3yvigW7
This program is part of the Museum of Work & Culture’s annual Labor Day Celebration and is made possible in part by support from the Rhode Island Labor History Society.