Rogério Pinto and Marc Arthur welcome artists and allies to an open discussion about arts-based social work practice and learning more about the exciting work of the Arts-Based Social Justice Collective. Last semester the collective organized online workshops, presentations, and engaged in lively virtual discussions about how artistic efforts and social work share an emphasis on politics, process, community building and creativity. All ideas and interests are welcome.
The School of Social Work has a long history of promoting the arts. When the School of Social Work building was designed, a dedicated group of alumni, faculty and art experts discussed the value an art collection could bring to the School. Michigan Social Work's art collection is the first standing art collection within a school of social work in the nation. Read more about the school's recent art initiatives and practices in the fall issue of the School’s magazine Ongoing.
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