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Visiting Artists @ CCSF / SFMOMA

Favianna Rodriguez

Design by Megan Fuentes, Emerge Studio, Visual Media Design Department, CCSF

On February 18, 2021, artist and social justice activist Favianna Rodriguez discussed advancing cultural change through visual activism. In this online talk, Rodriguez broadly explored her practice, from finding her own artistic path to how her projects build public will towards radical social transformation.

About Favianna Rodriguez

Favianna Rodriguez is an interdisciplinary artist, cultural strategist, and social justice activist based in Oakland, California. Her art and praxis address migration, gender justice, climate change, racial equity, and sexual freedom, boldly reshaping the myths, stories, and cultural practices of the present, while healing from the wounds of the past. Her practice includes visual art, public art, writing, and meaningful collaborations with social movements that lead to resilient and transformative cultural strategies.

This event was hosted by SFMOMA in partnership with City College of San Francisco.

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