Art & Protest: Artists as Agents of Social Change
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In solidarity,
María Ramirez '21 and Jason Vrooman '03, exhibition curators

Image: Detail of James P. Blair (American, 1921-2020), "Untitled" from a series of photographs of the March on Washington, August 28, 1963 (printed 2017). Collection Middlebury College Museum of Art, Vermont. Gift of the artist, 2018.032.3.
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What does solidarity mean to you?
What social causes are you passionate about? How do you work to support or advance them?
What artists, works of art, or activist causes represented in the exhibition do you respond to most strongly? Why and how?
What artists and/or social causes do you think Middlebury's museum should represent through future acquisitions or exhibitions?
Other responses to the exhibition: its premise, the art it contains, the social movements represented (or not represented), etc.
Optional: Your name
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As the exhibition goes on, we hope to share some visitor responses in Post-It notes on a wall in the exhibition or on the museum's social media. May we share some of your responses above in this way? Check all that apply. (Please note that all responses will be kept private unless you check the boxes below. Please note as well that depending on volume, our small staff may not be able to share all responses publicly.)
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