Join us for an inspiring evening of art and organizing with “Art Works: How Organizers and Artists Are Creating a Better World Together” author Ken Grossinger
SEIU 1021’s Social and Economic Justice Committee invites SEIU 1021 members, artists, and organizers to a captivating book discussion with Ken Grossinger, author of “Art Works: How Organizers and Artists Are Creating a Better World Together.” This engaging event will take place on Wednesday, December 13th, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the San Francisco Union Hall, located at 350 Rhode Island (Kansas Street side).
- Panel Discussion: Explore the dynamic relationship between art and organizing.
- Book Raffle: Get a chance to win a copy of “Art Works” and dive into its insightful pages.
- Refreshments: Enjoy a delightful evening with fellow members over refreshments.
- Q&A Session: Have your burning questions answered by the author and panelists.
- Book Signing: Grab a signed copy of “Art Works” and meet the author in person.
Call the SEIU 1021 Member Resource Center (MRC) at 1-877-687-1021
or visit bit.ly/artworksseiu1021 to
reserve your spot.
Let’s come together to celebrate the synergy of art and organizing, exploring how our collective creativity can shape a better world. See you there!
“I am thrilled to invite you to our upcoming book discussion event with Ken Grossinger,” said Nicole Christian, SEIU 1021 Social & Economic Justice Chair. ”In the pages of his book, ‘Art Works: How Organizers and Artists Are Creating a Better World Together,’ we discover not just the aesthetics but the heart of our movement. Join us for a vibrant conversation that explores the profound impact of creativity in shaping narratives, fostering unity, and amplifying the voices of workers. Let’s delve into the intersection of art and labor, where our shared vision for justice finds a powerful expression. Your presence will enrich this dialogue, helping us forge a path forward with inspiration and solidarity.”