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RISD Auditorium, Canal Walk, Providence RI 02903

Start Date

April 2016

End Date

April 2016

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As the last 2015|16 MLK Series Keynote, artist, activist, author and teacher Faith Ringgold shares inspiring, humorous and very human stories illustrating her life’s work. Through political imagery and first-hand accounts of the civil rights movement of the 1960s, she contextualizes her immense body of work and reflects on how artists and designers use creativity and making to advance the values of democracy, equity and access for all.

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2015|16 MLK Keynote Address: Faith Ringgold

RISD Auditorium, Canal Walk, Providence RI 02903

As the last 2015|16 MLK Series Keynote, artist, activist, author and teacher Faith Ringgold shares inspiring, humorous and very human stories illustrating her life’s work. Through political imagery and first-hand accounts of the civil rights movement of the 1960s, she contextualizes her immense body of work and reflects on how artists and designers use creativity and making to advance the values of democracy, equity and access for all.