Program Type:Art Lecture
Controversial Public Art works have been under attack, specifically during 2020. Most are historic figures associated with colonialism or racism. Many of these sculptures have been either toppled or officially removed while new ones will be commissioned to celebrate some of the many women who made important contributions to our history. There are many interesting cases where Public Art has been debated, dismissed, moved, discarded, redesigned, renamed or shipped abroad throughout the years.
Please be aware that there is no need to register more than once.
The link for the Zoom Meeting will be sent in an email.
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Jericho Public Library strives to create respectful and family-friendly experiences both in-person and virtually using Zoom. Please do not share any Zoom links. You must be registered to be admitted to the Zoom programs. In order to facilitate presentations, a library staff member will co-host. The host may or may not, at their discretion, enable visual and chat participation. We ask that all participants in library programs be mindful and polite. Guests who are disruptive or otherwise do not conduct themselves in a respectful manner may be removed from the program.
When using a PC for a virtual program, you will need to download Zoom software before the program begins. When using a mobile device, please download the Zoom app on your device and create your own Zoom account for easiest convenience.
We thank you in advance for your courtesy.