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Arts & Culture for Tue., May 19
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    "High Signs & Beacons" Open Call

    The George Washington Carver Museum, Six Square, the African American Heritage Facility, and the city's Equity Office are calling on artists, poets, scholars, and writers of African descent to join a public art project that will be displayed throughout the African American Cultural Heritage District. 8-12 creative teams (one visual artists; one writer/poet/scholar) will be chosen to develop a large outdoor sign with text-based artwork.
    Deadline: Fri., May 22  
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    ADL Central Division Summer Series

    Local author Jo Ivester and her son Jeremy discuss Ivester's new memoir, Once a Girl, Always a Boy, which chronicles their family's experiences with Jeremy coming out as a trans.
    Tue., May 19, 3pm. Free.  
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    Art Heals Festival Submissions

    WhatsintheMirror is seeking work by anyone dedicated in using art to end HIV & mental health stigma – visual artists, theatre artists, singers, dancers, workshop and panel ideas, and more – for its inaugural multimedia social justice arts fest (tentatively Aug. 27-31). See online for instructions.
    Ongoing  
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