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Panel Discussion: Landscape, Trauma, and Healing the Future

March 17, 2022, 1:00 pm2:30 pm

In-personFree to the PublicReservation Required

Lubar Auditorium

Uncover new pathways for healing at this panel discussion with scholars and mental health service providers. Science, scholarship, and our lived experiences show us that violence and historical trauma can live in our bodies and be passed down. This discussion will center on how to disrupt this legacy and create new ways of being in the world.

Panelists include Dr. Nan Kim, Associate Professor and Public History Director at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Dr. Mai See Thao, Director of Hmong Studies and Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Global Religions, and Cultures at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh; Corey Fells, Co-founder of Black Space; and Nancy Smith-Watson, Program Director and Co-founder of Feast of Crispian, Inc.

Presented in conjunction with the major photography exhibition An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain.

Free. Space is limited. To reserve your seats, email Kantara Souffrant, Curator of Community Dialogue, at kantara.souffrant@mam.org.

Visit the Milwaukee Art Museum Facebook page to watch the talk livestreamed.


Image: (Left to Right) Dr. Nan Kim, Dr. Mai See Thao, Corey Fell, Nancy Smith-Watson

Location: 700 N. Art Museum Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53202