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The MassArt Graduate Programs are thrilled to welcome Hannah Brancato to the MFA Summer Lecture Series, as the keynote speaker of the 2024 summer program. Brancato will present a visiting artist talk in the Design and Media Center Lecture Hall on Thursday, July 25 at 4:30pm.

Hannah Brancato (she/her) is an artist and educator based in Baltimore, whose art practice is grounded in collective storytelling, and the creation of public rituals to bring people’s stories together. She is faculty at Maryland Institute College of Art, Towson University and UMBC. Hannah is a recipient of the 2021 Rubys Artist Grant for Dreamseeds, an installation of textiles, sound, and interactive components that will invite current and budding activists in Baltimore to develop visions for the future, co-created with Sanahara Ama Chandra. Brancato is co-founder FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture, an art/organizing collective that produces creative interventions to create a culture of consent, best known for the Monument Quilt

The MFA Summer Lecture Series is an integral part of MassArt's Low-Residency MFA Program in Interdisciplinary Practice. In addition to their public talks, guest speakers meet with students for 1:1 studio visits / feedback sessions. All lectures are free, open to the broader MassArt community and the public, and presented in person.

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