Join advocates for affordable housing and artists engaged in community activism around housing issues for a dialogue on current issues in the Boston housing landscape, including what roles culture and capitalism play. This program is part of Museum of Capitalism’s work as a speculative institution that allows us to better recognize the historical specificity, idiosyncrasy, and contingency of the present.
Panelists include Boston artists and organizers Ngoc-Tran Vu and L’Merchie Frazier, Los Angeles artist Liz Glynn, Andrea Steves from Museum of Capitalism, Writer and Consultant Danya Goodman, City Life/Vida Urbana including Steve Meacham and others, and the Massachusetts Poor People’s Campaign, moderated by Jules Rochielle Sievert, Creative Director at NuLawLab at Northeastern University.
The Museum of Capitalism is an exhibition on view at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, close to the MFA.
Boston Hassle art editor Emily Bass calls it:
“A trans historical show of art and artifacts which illustrated our involvement with capitalist systems”