Lately there’s been a culture of silence around difficult conversations for artists and educators. This is a unique chance (inside Edgar Miller’s awe-inspiring “handmade home”) to discover space and strategies to question content, policies, and actions.
Recognizing what is compromised for the sake of prestige and financial sustainability, those gathered will reflect on:
What do we lose/gain when we take risks?
What are the costs of taking risks in a climate of fear?
For more information, please contact Zac Bleicher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Risk Dialogues” is funded, in part, by an Illinois Humanities Community Grant as part of its Illinois Speaks program. To see other upcoming Illinois Speaks events, visit our events page. Apply here for an Illinois Speaks Community Grant. Learn more about our Community Grants program.