December 12, 2019
PJ Gubatina Policarpio hosts a discussion considering kinship as a radical and revolutionary act for cultural workers, investigating ways that kinship can nourish and sustain personal and professional growth. Policarpio invites friends, collaborators, and fellow cultural workers to participate in a conversation within the space of Cinthia Marcelle: A morta.

Policarpio is an educator, writer, curator, and community organizer. Born in the Philippines, he immigrated to the United States at the age of 13 and currently lives and works between San Francisco and New York City. He brings creativity, passion, and commitment to making art accessible for everyone, especially addressing a diverse, multilingual, and multicultural audience. As a curator, he is dedicated to making visible and undeniable the critical contributions of queer, Indigenous, migrant and diasporic, and artists of color through writing, programming, exhibitions, and more.

This event is presented on the occasion of Cinthia Marcelle et al.: A morta on view through January 18, 2020.

PJ Gubatina Policarpio hosts a conversation on kinship

6:30pm
Free