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Bregando with Disasters: Post Hurricane Maria Realities and Resiliencies
The USF Contemporary Art Museum invites you to the virtual symposium “Bregando with Disasters: Post Hurricane Maria Realities and Resiliencies,” organized as a program component of the exhibition Constant Storm: Art from Puerto Rico and the Diaspora,. The bilingual event brings together artists and leading academicians from Florida universities who will present recent research in a discussion of the Puerto Rican diaspora in Florida. Access is free through the USF Contemporary Art Museum website.
- 11am-12:15pm // Entanglements of Disasters – Panel Discussion
- 1:00-2:00pm // Constant Storm-Virtual Tour
- 2:15-3:30pm // Politics of Disasters – Panel Discussion
The program is funded in part through a Humanities Centers grant from Florida Humanities in partnership with the University of South Florida.
Date/time: October 2, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Presented By:Noel Smith, former CAM Deputy Director and Constant Storm Curator Alessandro Rosa, Sociocultural anthropologist, Department of Sociology, University of South Florida Jorge Duany , Cultural anthropologist, Global Sociocultural Studies, Florida International University Sofía Gallisá Muriente, Constant Storm artist, Artists-in-Residence Natalia Lassalle-Morillo, Constant Storm artist, Artists-in-Residence Fernando Rivera, Sociologist, Department of Sociology, University of Central Florida Carlos Suárez Carrasquillo, Political scientist, Department of Political Science, University of Florida Nicole Delgado-Vélez, President of the Boricua Student Association