Join us for this special exhibition preview with cocktails and small plates by Brazilian chef Junior Borges, and help support the VAC's exhibitions program.
About the Exhibition
Social Fabric: Art and Activism in Contemporary Brazil brings together the work of ten artists who reflect upon the long-standing histories of oppressive power structures in the territory now known as Brazil. Blurring the line between art and activism, these artists contribute to both local and global conversations about the state of democracy, racial injustice, and the violence inflicted by the nation-state. In so doing, they ask us to consider how the agendas and policies of those in power are visually articulated in public space and inscribed in official narratives. Spanning installation, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, and video, the exhibition unfolds over five galleries within the Visual Arts Center.
$500 per person
Tickets are tax-deductible and directly support the VAC’s exhibitions program.
Tickets are purchased by making a $500-per-ticket donation at give.utexas.edu.
If purchasing more than two tickets, please enter total amount (e.g. $2000 for four tickets) in the “My best gift” field.
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