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Art as Activism/Healing: Race and Racial Justice

Presented by The Umbrella Arts Center at The Umbrella Arts Center, Concord MA

Oct 15 2022
Art as Activism/Healing: Race and Racial Justice

A Free Community Exhibition and Workshop Series with Artist Nayda A. Cuevas

Artist, activist and teacher Nayda A. Cuevas will foster a safe and welcoming space for Concord-area families and students to creatively and constructively explore themes of race and racial justice.

Nayda will share examples of how the concepts of race and identity have been explored in contemporary art, with attention to the absence of representation and stereotyping, as compared to works by BIPOC artists and about BIPOC figures. Families or individual students will then select a figure of

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The Umbrella Arts Center

40 Stow Street, Concord, MA 01742



Free parking is usually readily available in municipal parking lots adjacent to building and directly across Stow Street (not normally shown on Google maps), as well as on most surrounding streets. See a map of ADA parking and entrances around The Umbrella here.


The Umbrella is in Concord Center, easily accessible from the Walden exit of Route 2. The Umbrella is also 2 block walk (about 0.4 mi., 7 minutes) from the Fitchburg Commuter Rail Concord Station stop at 90 Thoreau Street.

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details

Face Masks Required: No
Social Distancing: No
Limited Capacity: Yes

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