Emergence Talk with Dr. Audrey Hudson
Join Emergence artists for a talk presented by Dr. Audrey Hudson. FREE | Barrier-Free Space | All Gender Washroom | Light Refreshments Provided
In this discussion, Hudson will share her trajectory as an artist, educator and scholar. It will be an interactive presentation that will conclude with latest activations in community, galleries, classrooms, and mentorship.
Bio: Dr. Audrey Hudson is an artist, educator, researcher and futurist. Audrey manages school and teacher programs at the Art Gallery of Ontario and teaches at Ryerson and University of Toronto. She holds a PhD from University of Toronto/Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (UT/OISE). Most recently, Dr. Hudson co-edited a groundbreaking text entitled, In This Together: Blacknesss, Indigeneity and Hip-Hop, with a chapter, entitled, All eyes on Hip-Hop: Afrofuturism and Indigenous Futurities. Her activism brings socio-political thought into the classroom, rooted in an ethics of care guided by an anticolonial feminist lens.
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