#ArtLitPhx: Brown Bag Series: Examining Whiteness through Art

Brown-Bag-seriesJoin the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy for a conversation with Dr. Chris Boyd. Bring your lunch at noon and be ready for an hour of discussion exploring the intersection between art, psychology, and transformative social change. Boyd explores how a socially engaged imagination can be used to confront common notions of whiteness and create a paradigm shift.

This is part of the CSRD “Impact Arizona” series. Co-hosted by ASU’s Project Humanities.

Chris Boyd received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Arizona State University, a Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from California State University Long Beach, and a Ph.D. in Psychology, with a specialization in Transformative Social Change from Saybrook University in Oakland, CA.  He is the founder and CEO of VelNonArt, a Tempe based nonprofit organization focused on transforming youth and communities through art.

The event takes place on Tuesday, September 20th from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Arizona State University Downtown Phoenix. Mercado C, Room 145. 502 E. Monroe Street. Phoenix, AZ. Please visit the ASU page for more information, and you can register here.

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