Tattoos as Narratives of Latinidad, Queerness, and Histories of Resistance: A Panel Discussion with Scholar Artists Tamara Santibañez and Julisa Basilies

Oct 11
7:00 PM - 8:15 PM
University of Richmond, Carole Weinstein International Center

Join us for a captivating panel discussion featuring scholar-artists Tamara Santibañez and Julisa Basilies. In this engaging conversation, we will explore the powerful intersection of ink, identity, activism, and culture. Our panelists will delve into the profound ways in which tattoos can serve as living narratives of histories, Latinidad, queerness, and stories of resistance. Tamara and Julisa bring a wealth of knowledge and creativity to this discussion, drawing from their experiences as both scholars and artists, respectively. Their insights promise to challenge preconceptions, spark conversations, and inspire a deeper understanding of the cultural and political dimensions of tattoo art.

All are welcome to engage with this important dialogue, as we come together to honor the diversity and resilience of Latinidad and queerness in our society.