In The Pandemic's Wake: Artists in a Pandemic Landscape
This Zoom webinar aired November 17, 2022, as part of the "In the Pandemic’s Wake: Social Change and Reflection with Asian American and Pacific Islander Leaders" series.
This video includes closed captions and American Sign Language interpretation.
Art has the power to reshape how we understand the world, to call out inequality, and demand justice. Watch this conversation moderated by Smithsonian Curator of Hawai’i and the Pacific Kālewa Correa with artist Monica Jahan Bose and designer Hina Puamohala Kneubuhl, who each create works that address climate change, social justice, and women’s rights. Hear how the pandemic affected their art practices, as well as their perspectives on how COVID was received in different political, cultural, and community areas.
Host: Andrea Kim Neighbors, head of Education at the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center
Webinar Series: In the Pandemic's Wake
This program was offered as part of the virtual series "In the Pandemic’s Wake: Social Change and Reflection with Asian American and Pacific Islander Leaders," presented by Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and Asian Pacific American Center with federal support from the Asian Pacific American Initiatives Pool, administered by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center.