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Artist Salon Fall Series: Protest and Possibility

  • Jewish Studio Project 940 Dwight Way #13B Berkeley, CA United States (map)

Curating Connection and Social Change with Lisa Silberstein

Join us for an inspiring evening focused on art and community engagement with Lisa Silberstein, who will share about the collaborative creative work she does at OMCA and how she incorporates community voice into exhibitions in order to give artists and community members a platform to share their work, stories, and perspectives. Lisa has a passion for art and social justice and will speak about the intersection of those in her work on the exhibition, All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50.

Lisa Silberstein develops exhibitions as an Experience Developer at the Oakland Museum of California. Her focus is on interpretation and creating meaningful opportunities for visitors to engage with rich exhibition content. Lisa was part of the team that created the recent Black Panther exhibition and is currently working on an LGBTQ+ California history, art, and culture exhibition which will open on April 13, 2019.

A note about Studio accessibility: There are three steps into the building and the bathroom is not ADA. If you have other access needs please be in touch directly. 

Earlier Event: December 12
Creative Commentary
Later Event: January 20
The Studio Immersive