#PoetryNearYou Pick of the Week: Queens Museum Second Saturdays: Destroying Angels of Our Creation

Join us for the third of four Second Saturdays, a new series of dynamic public programs presented to delve deeper into the themes, techniques, and aesthetics of Queens Museum's temporary exhibitions. All events are free and open to the public.
Events will include a gallery talk with poet Claudia Rankine; a conversation on the perception of climate change in Mel Chin's Wake and Unmoored; and an artists panel, Power and Democracy: Inspiring Action through Digital Tools, co-organized with Eyebeam.
Schedule of Events:
1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Wake and Unmoored: Conversation with Mel Chin, Cindi Katz, and Manon Slome
2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Power and Democracy: Inspiring Action through Digital Tools with panel discussions by Idris Brewster (Movers and Shakers), Stephanie Dinkins, Frisly Soberanis (The Family Reunions Project). Moderated by Salome Asega.
4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Gallery Talk: Claudia Rankine. This program is presented in conjunction with The Racial Imaginary Institute's "On Whiteness" project, an exhibition, symposium, and residency staged at The Kitchen and partner organizations throughout the city.

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