Art Speaks: Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi

What it Means to Make Art in the Current Social and Political Climate

4:30 – 6 pm •  Saturday, October 19, 2019

The role of artist is more important than ever before. Art has the power to convince the masses by creating moving experiences that encourage people to question the world as it is, to envision the world as it could be, and unite to make it a better place in which to live. In the face of current uncertainties and fears in our nation, artist and curator, Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi offers her thoughts on what it takes to make powerful and eloquent art that offers moments of insight.

There will be a sale and signing of Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi’s latest book, Visioning Human Rights in the New Millennium: Quilting the World’s Conscience.


Parking is available in the lot directly behind our building (entrance at Arthur Ave and Sidney Place), and the lot at 3018 University Ave SE, just two doors east of Textile Center. Look for the green signs!

Overflow lot at 3300 University Ave SE (5 min walk to Textile Center).

Directions by Bus, Directions by Light Rail (Prospect Park Station)