The Forum with Kim Shuck: When Art is Racist | SF
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Grace Cathedral | 1100 California Street. San Francisco, CA
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Should public art be removed because of racist imagery? Or is it part of their history which should be remembered? These questions hit home as Grace Cathedral considers the imagery of Native Americans in its murals in a conversation with San Francisco Poet Laureate Kim Shuck.
The Forum with Kim Shuck: When Art is Racist
Sunday, May 13, 2018 | 9:30 am – 10:30 am
Grace Cathedral, 1100 California Street. San Francisco
About the guest
Kim Shuck is San Francisco’s Poet Laureate, appointed in 2017. Shuck’s poetry, which includes full-length collections “Rabbit Stories” and “Smuggling Cherokee,” draws upon her Cherokee and Polish heritage and her life as a fifth-generation resident of San Francisco. A former American Indian Studies instructor and alumnus at San Francisco State University, Shuck is also an artist who works primarily with textiles, baskets and beads. She was a recipient of KQED’s Local Hero Award.
About The Forum
The Forum is a series of stimulating conversations about faith, ethics and culture in relation to the important issues of our day.
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