Tag: artivism

AfroFunk Showcases Black Artists

On Wednesday, Feb.13, students gathered on the third floor of Talley Student Union to partake in a pop-up museum entitled AfroFunk: Culture in Motion. The event, organized by the Multicultural Student Affairs, featured art, music and food.

Artivism: Resistance and Healing Through Art

The GLBT Center and the African American Cultural Center (AACC) partnered to host the opening reception of “Artivism: Advocacy and Activism through Art,” an exhibit showing from October 15th to November 4th in the AACC Gallery in Witherspoon Student Center.

“My Art is Resistance” Celebrates Student’s Activist Art

“I come to art from a place of believing in the power of agitational propaganda,” said Q Wideman, a fourth-year studying art and design, explaining the inspiration for their art. “Pretty much everything out there that’s visual and that is art is pushing some agenda. There’s no such thing as political neutrality.”