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Pirronne Yousefzadeh

The International Human Rights Arts Festival at Dixon Place

When political art is seen as a niche separate from more conventional forms of entertainment, how do we as artists bring that work into the mainstream conversation? How do we maximize engagement and impact? Perhaps an intersectional and multidisciplinary approach is part of the answer.

The International Human Rights Arts Festival at Dixon Place

When political art is seen as a niche separate from more conventional forms of entertainment, how do we as artists bring that work into the mainstream conversation? How do we maximize engagement and impact? Perhaps an intersectional and multidisciplinary approach is part of the answer.

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The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2019

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