Slater Concourse Gallery
Violence Transformed is an annual series of visual and performing arts events that celebrate
the power of art, artists and art-making to confront, challenge and mediate violence.
Pilgrim Father/Illegal Son
Pilgrim Father/Illegal Son is a 2013 bilingual mural exhibition project that brings together
the narratives of two immigrants, one of a present-day undocumented Chinese immigrant, and the
other of William Bradford, who sailed on the Mayflower in the early 1600s from England and
planted the Plymouth Colony in Wampanoag country.
Thanks to the Nat and Martha Knaster Visiting Artist grant, Tsen will work with the Center
for the Humanities at Tufts, and the consortium of programs in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora
as the Artist in Residence for Fall 2017.
How to Draw a Lion
How to Draw a Lion is an effort led by two SMFA alumni. They work with orphanages in Africa and
teach children there how to draw.
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