Resistance Art: Bronwynn ’21 and Maeve ’20

On July 25, 2020, Bronwynn Woodsworth ’21 and Maeve Atkinson joined Kgomotso Magagula ’21 for a live resistance guide and Q&A session. Both Bronwynn and Maeve expressed that art contributes significantly to social justice movements. Art allows for a visual representation of the frustration, anger and can proactively denote the motive behind social justice movements.Continue reading “Resistance Art: Bronwynn ’21 and Maeve ’20”

Atrapada by Lesly Ramos

Artist Statement: Lesly Ramos (b. 1997) is an undocumented Mexican artist raised in Chicago. She was brought to the U.S. at the age of 5 months & has not returned. Strongly believing that art is a form of healing from traumatic & systemic oppression, she pursued a B.A. in Studio Arts with a concentration inContinue reading “Atrapada by Lesly Ramos”