DiscoverUtah's Fireside ChatsBlack in White Spaces: Discovering Utah's BIPOC Talent
Black in White Spaces: Discovering Utah's BIPOC Talent

Black in White Spaces: Discovering Utah's BIPOC Talent

Update: 2020-10-09
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Welcome to the second episode of Fireside Chats! These chats are short conversations with Utah’s citizen diplomats who are reformulating the American worldview from one of despair to one of hope during a time of multiple crises. Virtual seating will be limited to 20 participants in order to create an intimate conversation between the audience and the speaker. Join us for the recording of this community podcast! 


In this episode, join musician, artist, and writer Liz Lambson in a discussion about Utah’s minority art community and the influence of 2020’s social justice movement on the vision of Black artists. Liz is a founding member of the recently formed Utah Black Artists Collective, string bassist in the Ballet West Orchestra, painter, creative writer, and gumbo chef. Learn more about the experiences and perspective of local minority artists and views on what it’s like to be a Black artist creating in majority-white spaces. 


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Black in White Spaces: Discovering Utah's BIPOC Talent

Black in White Spaces: Discovering Utah's BIPOC Talent

Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy