February 24, 8:30am - 10:00am MST. Hosted at Latitude 53
part of a series on Moments
About the speaker
Nasra Adem is a 22 year old queer, Muslim, multidisciplinary artist, community organizer and activist. She is the current Youth Poet Laureate of Edmonton and curator of Sister 2 Sister: an artist collective for/by femmes of colour and Black Arts Matter-Alberta’s first all Black arts festival. Nasra is passionate about using art to disrupt, protect, educate, inspire and build forward moving Love within her communities. She also graced last month’s cover of Avenue Edmonton.
MADE is a forum for the discussion of media, architecture and design in Edmonton. We serve the general public, and professionals in the fields of architecture, graphic design, industrial design, landscape architecture, interior design, photography, fine art, and film, to name a few.
MADE supports the Edmonton creative community by hosting events, and providing opportunities for local designers to explore new ideas and showcase their work.
Founded in 1973 by a collective of Edmonton artists, Latitude 53 is a not-for-profit artist-run centre. We provide a non-coercive environment to assure the freedom of the artist, and give the public access to new art forms. Latitude 53 supports the research and development of new artistic practices and concepts, and encourages experimentation by artists through diverse programming.