Free. In-person & livestreamed. Registration link available soon.
516 ARTS welcomes guest speakers Alexis Salas , PhD, Endowed Prof-essor of Arts of the Americas, Art History, University of Arkansas; Estevan Rael-Gálvez, PhD, Executive Director, Native Bound Unbound: Archive of Indig-enous Americans Enslaved project; and Fluid Gaze artist Lehuauakea (māhū mixed-Native Hawaiian). This discussion will explore assimilation into American society as a form of self-preservation. People of Color, queer people, and other minorities often code-switch (the practice of alternating between two or more languages) to combat cultural erasure and discrimination. Moderated by JC González , 516 ARTS Program & Marketing Manager.