Saturday, Jan. 17

Part of the on-going exhibit, Transform Hate Community Project, the Art Transforms Hate Symposium will bring together Oklahoma artists and advocates of all genres at Living Arts Center, 307 East Brady St., for a symposium that will discuss how art can be used as a method to explore, overcome and better understand the subject of hate. First, listen to a panel of artists and advocates speak about the art they’ve seen that ponder this subject. Then, participants can explore the subject themselves, furthering the discussion and allowing individuals to make their own interpretations based on their personal experiences with the subject of hate. Join artists and activists Michael Christopher, Nathan Lee, Jill Hammer, Terri Baker, Jocelyn Lee Payne, Winston Pareza, Dr. Rodney Clark and Living Arts artistic director, Steve Liggett on Saturday, Jan. 17, to continue the discussion and mission of transforming hate through art.

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