AfroEcology featuring Handmade RVA at the Institute for Contemporary Art 

Saturday, Feb. 9

click to enlarge Duron Chavis

Duron Chavis

Afroecology is “a form of art, movement, practice and process of social and ecological transformation” that involves re-evaluating relationships with “land, water, air, seeds and food.” Join Duron Chavis, community engagement manager of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden for a dialogue on racial equity, urban agriculture and land justice featuring musical guests, visiting artists and craftspeople. 3 p.m. icavcu.org.


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