Artist Lecture: Theodore Kerr
Canadian born artist Theodore Kerr brings people together for community, care and action. In this lecture, he’ll share some of the projects he has been a part of, including the What Would an HIV Doula Do? collective, of which he is a founding member, as well as how he uses image making, writing, collaboration, conversation, curation, editing, publishing and oral history in his work.
In collaboration with Critical Dialogue Series and Tyler’s Foundations Program.
Image: What Would an HIV Doula Do? doulas Art AIDS America (Bronx Museum). Photo by Elijah C Stevens.