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Protest and Possibility: Curating Connection and Social Change 

When: Thu., Dec. 13, 7:30 p.m. 2018
Price: free
The Jewish Studio Project’s Artist Salon Series acts like a backstage pass for attendees to see what goes on behind the scenes of making the next big thing. This year’s final edition, “Protest and Possibility: Curating Connection and Social Change with Lisa Silberstein” will highlight Silberstein’s progressive impact as the experience developer at the Oakland Museum of California and how she integrates storytelling with art. Two years ago, OMCA presented All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50, a five-month-long exhibit that remembered how the Panthers started revolutionary change. Silberstein was in charge of community engagement. To further help curate an unforgettable project, she initiated a few tactics like deep listening, creative convening, and listening circles, which she dissects further in an article she wrote for the Image Collection Preservation Network. Currently, Silberstein is working on a new project featuring the LGBTQ+ community in California as well as their history and culture.
— Amyra Soriano


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