The practice of making art is reactionary and reflective, often a response to the significant experiences in an artist’s life. Those deeply private or public moments contribute something essential to the formal structure and themes in an artist's work. A discussion with artists Sue Coe and Zena el Khalil examines the influences on their art, and their commitment to human rights, animal justice, gender equality, and world peace.
image: left, Sue Coe; right, Zena el Khalil, photograph by Joanne Savio
Simultaneous Arabic translationwill be provided
Joanne Savio, Arts Professor, Individuals
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