Wednesday September 2, 2015 from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
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Neuberger Museum Study 
Purchase College, State University of New York
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577

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Neuberger Museum of Art 

How Artists Respond to Trauma and Urban Violence 

Join the conversation about how creative expression can communicate ideas, forge connections and send powerful messages about violence and injustice. Panelists include Michelle Bishop, of Harlem Needle Arts; Nathan Connolly, Asst. Professor of History at John's Hopkins; Warren Lehrer, A+D professor at Purchase College; and artist Lachell Workman.

 Detail from a working session in Harlem Needle Arts studio, Harlem, 2015.                            ^ american Juju for the Tapestry of Truth, 2015                                                        Mixed media on a textile impregnated on the spot in Staten Island where Eric Garner died  while being placed under arrest. Created by artists from the Harlem Needle Arts cultural arts  institute: Sahara Briscoe, Laura R. Gadson, and Jerry Gant, under the direction of Michelle  Bishop. Courtesy of Teresa Margolles and Peter Kilchmann. Digital photo by Josechu Davila.