Stand Arm In Arm To Resist: An Evening with Related Tactics

Tuesday, December 1 5:30 – 7 p.m.

Online - Thacher Gallery

Related Tactics at an art opening
Related Tactics artists Michele Carlson, Weston Teruya, and Nathan Watson (left to right)

This conversation between art collective Related Tactics and USF’s MA in Museum Studies students will include the launch of a new survey exhibition as well as a preview of a public art project commissioned by Thacher Gallery. 

Attendees will be the first to view the online exhibition Become The Monuments That Cannot Fall with a video tour, making connections between the group’s work and the individual art practices of members Michele Carlson, Weston Teruya, and Nathan Watson.

Land Acknowledgement
The University of San Francisco is located on the stolen territory of the Ramaytush-speaking Ohlone people of the Village of the Yelamu. As we share space to strengthen our journey towards consciousness and liberation, we must acknowledge the difficult truths of our history that have shaped our current realities. We invite you to embrace the call to Indigenize every space we occupy.
(Adapted from the USF Land Acknowledgement written by Calina Lawrence, Suquamish Nation, USF Alumna)