As part of Centraltrak’s ongoing series of lectures and events related to their current exhibit, “The Non-Profit Margin,” the artist residency will host “ART WORK: A Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics” from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday at SMU. The panel pulls together some interesting speakers, including Dr. Michael Corris, chair of the Div. of Art at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts; New York-based artist Maureen Connor; artist Bryce Dwyer of the Chicago collective inCUBATE; Marc Herbst, co-editor of The Journal of Aesthetics & Protest; and Brent Brown of bcWORKSHOP. Plus, moderating the discussion will be FrontRow contributor and SMU prof Noah Simblist. A great event, but I feel for them. Working during the USA – England match. Rough.
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