Photograph of an outdoor sculpture of a yellow boxed fence with strips of fabrics hanging from the fence. Signs on the outside say 'tell a story take a ribbon'
Saturday, April 20, 2-3 p.m. in Portuguese, 3-4 p.m. in English

Bilingual Community Conversations through Art

Community Conversations through Art is a new three-part series where diverse artists are invited into the Museum to share selected pieces of their work with the audience as they talk about their art and process, and their involvement in their community. With time for questions at the end, guests will have the opportunity to have real conversations with the artists in an informal setting.

To read the details in Portuguese clique aqui.

Julia Csekö

Csekö’s passion for organizing dates back to her BFA at the Federal University of Rio UFRJ, when Csekö participated in negotiations demanding an increase from 0.3 to 1% of Brazilian national funds be allocated to arts and culture. She was also a member of a committee in conversation with representatives of the Brazilian Ministry of Culture.

To see more of Julia Csekö’s work click here.


Community Conversations through Art is sponsored by a grant from the Mass Cultural Council and the Framingham Cultural Council.

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