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Solidarity Aesthetics and Movement Publications


Newberry Library
60 W. Walton St. Chicago, IL
[gather in the Surviving the Long War exhibition]

How do graphics, artworks, and compositions shared across movements highlight unlikely affinities and generate solidarity?

Join us for a tour and discussion with Surviving the Long Wars co-curator Aaron Hughes, Liberation Library co-founder Bettina Johnson, artist and researcher Nicole Marroquin, and Vietnam Veteran Against the War editor and member Barry Romo. The program will begin with a tour of the Surviving the Long Wars: Residues and Rebellions exhibition and then proceed with a round table discussion on the history and future of shared aesthetics in movement publications. Featured guests will share print examples during the discussion.

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