A Conversation with Broken City Lab
We wanted to give everyone a heads up about an upcoming discussion sponsored by muraLAB that we are excited to be a part of. It should be a great conversation. Recommend checking out Broken City Lab's site and looking at some of their past work. Neat-o stuff. Hope to see you there+
(Community Intervention through Vital Interaction and Collaboration)
Monday, November 19, 6 p.m.
Mural Arts Gallery at the Thomas Eakins House
1727-1729 Mt. Vernon Street
Presented in collaboration with Philly Works.
Broken City Lab, based in Windsor, Ontario, is an artist-led interdisciplinary collective and non-profit organization that works explore and unfold curiosities around locality, infrastructures, education, and creative practice leading towards civic change.
Broken City Lab co-founders Justin A. Langlois and Danielle Sabelli will be visiting Philadelphia to explore the development of short- and long-term projects in collaboration with the Mural Arts Program and community organizations in the city. During their visit, Mural Arts and Philly Works will be hosting a public presentation of Broken City Lab’s work, and a stimulating conversation about how artists can engage people in conversations and collaborative actions that build stronger awareness of, connection to and investment in our community fabric.
Justin A. Langlois is an artist working in integrated media and social practice. He has an MFA in Visual Arts and a BA (Hons) in Communication Studies from the University of Windsor.
Danielle Sabelli has a BA (Hons) in Visual Arts and Communications Studies, an MA in Communications and Social Justice, and is pursuing her JD in the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor.
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