Wednesday, March 21, 7 PM – 9 PM
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More than ever, artists face pressure to work on a variety of projects in a variety of contexts just to make ends meet. Especially at the beginning of an artistic career, not all of this work is directly in line with our core artistic vision. In the day to day grind, it can be easy to lose sight of the stories, issues, and passions that drive us to make art in the first place.
Filmmaker and producer Tracey Deer and choreographer and dancer Julio Hong have both worked on a variety of projects wearing a variety of hats, with a common thread of community, heritage, and storytelling through the art they produce. They will provide insights from their own careers as well as tangible tools to help you hold the thread of your story, your community, and your artistic vision through the unpredictable reality of embarking on a career as an artist.
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