What does it mean to be a politically engaged artist today? What does art designed to change the world look and sound like? Find out at Creating Justice on Saturday, April 21, at Oakton Community College. The all-day symposium explores the diverse ways activism engages the arts, and the way art transforms our communities — and the world. Hear the New York-based Strike Anywhere performance ensemble, take in workshops and panels on dance, music, and poetry, enjoy a global food fair and stay for the evening performance by the band Ugochi and Afro Soul Effect. Tickets are $20. Register at www.oakton.edu/creatingjustice.
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