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This is a free event.

Between a rock and a hard place: privacy, free expression and public discourse

March 27, 2013, 6:00 p.m.

What happens when issues of expression and privacy collide? What are the responsibilities of the artist, audience, and institution towards exhibiting artwork in public? Who gets to decide? Please join us for a community discussion as we wrangle with a variety of issues, surrounding these questions and more. The conversation will be led by Davida Ingram and Mary Ann Peters, but sustained by an open-forum group discussion.

Davida Ingram is a writer and visual artist who focuses on community and the intersections of race, gender and queer theory.

Mary Ann Peters is a studio and public artist, activist, and former board president of NCFE (National Campaign for Freedom of Expression), the seminal group defending artist rights and the First Amendment.