TCAN: Arts in Minnesota: Arts in Distressed Democracy

From the Rhine to Chile to George Floyd: a panel on the arts in distressed democracy. Another event in YAANW's "Arts in Minnesota" virtual series. Free. RSVP by November 11.

arts-in-minnesota-arts-in-distressed-democracyAs a continuation of our monthly Arts in Minnesota online series, we will take time to discuss how arts operate in and react to distressed democracies.

  • Cadex Herrera, artist and one of the painters of the George Floyd mural at 38th & Chicago, Minneapolis
  • Marcela Lorca, theater artist and artistic director, Ten Thousand Things Theater
  • Karen Painter ’87, author and University of Minnesota professor who’s an expert on the music and ideology in Weimar Germany
  • Sun Yung Shin, poet, educator and editor of “A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota.”

Star Tribune theater critic Rohan Preston ’89 asks the questions.

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Please contact Bob Ames at with any questions.

When and Where?


5:15PM - 6:45PM Thu 12 Nov 2020, Central timezone


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