FBi Radio Presents: Race Matters Live
Imagination as Practice: artists and community builders on how creativity can shape social change
FBi Radio presents a special live recording of their weekly show Race Matters at Darling Square Library.
Entry is free – Register Here
Host Darren Lesaguis and producer Shareeka Helaluddin invite you to their first live recording of the year: Imagination as Practice.
They’ll be joined by activist, writer and curator of Queer+Black+Pride Latoya Rule; rapper and ballroom Australia icon Jamaica Moana; and artist-educator Nicole Barakat.
Race Matters is by and for First Nations people and people of colour. The show explores the values and complexities of how they navigate the world through critical, loving and anti-racist chats. Expect an hour of deep and dreamy conversation about moving towards radical hope and connection.
- What role does art have in inciting social change?
- How can we understand creativity not just as an expression, but as a tool of survival and hope?
- How can alternative ways of making and connecting be an antidote to oppression?
- What are the strategies of First Nations and people of colour making art in these social climates?
Join Race Matters in conversation with artists, activists and community builders as they think through these questions and beyond.
Artwork generously donated by TextaQueen