- April 8, 2021
- 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
- Online with Danielle Niakaros, Talia Molé, and Sean MacCracken
Whatever you’re passionate about has a purpose in this world. Many times, these passions are hiding; just waiting to be activated by our action and intention. How does one find their passion? And what do they do with it once it’s found? Join us for a conversation that explores these questions and more from the lens of Talia Molé, an alumni in the Anthropology & Social Change PhD program.
Talia Molé Bio:
Talia Molé believes in the artist as a rebellious and revolutionary teacher whose purpose is to disrupt the status quo inspiring conversations that lead to greater questioning and awakening within a communal body. As an artist, she has dedicated her time to understanding social change through different social spaces and disciplines within academia and beyond. She molded and polished her role as an activist/scholar with the help of a B.F.A. in Theatre Performance, an M.S. in Counseling, and a PhD in Anthropology and Social Change. Her field of research and exploration revolves around motherhood and its myriad expressions within marginalized populations. She uses art (theatre, poetry, images, movement, music) and counseling techniques, along with traditional techniques such as storytelling, meditation, yoga, and tarot to facilitate difficult conversations while creating space for healing and creative exchange within and for communities in resistance. Her greatest goal is to continue using her artistry, specifically through theatre, poetry, and storytelling as a process of learning and (un)learning that disrupts systems of oppression, questions, creates aesthetic platforms that inspire community, collaborative imagining, and revolutions.
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