Mildred Beltre's Slogans for the Revolution That Never Was is an ongoing series of text-based drawings and objects that re-word, abstract, and recontextualize language borrowed from existing and original texts. I would not help my keepers (2016) from this series is currently on loan to the Fleming Museum for the student-curated exhibition, RESIST! INSIST! PERSIST!. Beltre will discuss her practice and her role in creating the upcoming Arts in Action internship for UVM students to learn about arts activism and community-building in New York City.
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