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AADS Brown Bag: Minor Aesthetics
When
: Wednesday, October 12 12-1pm 
Where: Pink Parlor, East Duke 

Is there a radical potential to queer, Asian, and diasporic art? This Brown Bag features two artists-in-residence -- Chanel Matsunami Govreau and Jae Quisol -- with the aim to explore the role sound and visual culture have in the pursuit of liberation. After the artists share short presentations about their work, they will be in conversation with the event's moderators, Professors Anna Storti and Yun Emily Wang. This brown bag will kick off a 2 day long symposium -- RSVP here

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