ARTCIETY: artivism in our society
ARTCIETY: artivism in our society

Art and minorities: the affirmation of an identity

Co-produced by Cintia Cabral, Louise Lemoine et Sara Trabi

ARTCIETY, the podcast exploring contemporary art in our societies. This episode is excerpted from the mini-series dedicated to art and activism, or artivism. In this episode, we discuss art and minorities.

Anchorwoman: Camille Pollo.

1.⁠ ⁠Cintia Cabral talks about the work of Re-Création by LOBA, which allows women victims of rape and sexual assault to regain self-esteem through dance.
2.⁠ ⁠Louise Lemoine discusses art within the Native Americans communities, contemplating how it allows Native Americans to take back possession of their identities and often complex histories.
3.⁠ ⁠Sara Trabi explores the role of art within refugee communities, emphasizing the significance of artivism as a powerful tool for advocating, empowering, and providing support to these communities in the face of anti-refugee policies in their host country.

ARTCIETY is a podcast that explores contemporary forms of art through mini-series. If you are curious to know more about the influence of contemporary art in our society, ARTCIETY is the perfect podcast for you.
This episode was recorded on December 7, 2023.


Special thanks to Charly Comino

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