Local Voices S3 E1: Introducing Season 3: Bay Area Public Art and Monuments
Duration : 2 minutes,17 seconds
The unoccupied pedestal, which previously supported a statue of Junípero Serra. Photo by Céline Chretien
Local Voices Season 3, Episode 1, examines the issue of power and representation through art in our public spaces.
Through conversations with the women of the Black Panther Party Mural and the #SayHerName movement, the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation, sculptor Dana King, Susan Cervantes, muralist and founder of Precita Eyes, artist Catherine Wagner, the artists, organizers, and activists of the collective See Black Womxn and artist Lava Thomas, we explore how these accomplished individuals usher in diverse representation and change the Bay Area's landscape.
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About Local Voices
Local Voices is a new podcast series from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco designed to celebrate art and Bay Area creativity. Local Voices highlights unique perspectives from Bay Area visual artists, musicians, scholars, community leaders, and thinkers aimed to reframe exhibitions and collections through relevant and local narratives. Through these diverse access points, we welcome the Bay Area community and beyond to engage in meaningful and inspiring narratives.