Artist Justin Favela in Conversation with Dr. Deborah Barkun Ph.D.

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In this interview, Dr. Deborah Barkun, Creative Director at the Berman Museum, Director of Museum Studies and Associate Professor of Art History at Ursinus College speaks with Justin Favela about working as an artist during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Justin Favela is an LGBT artist whose work has been featured at the Denver Art Museum in Colorado, at Ursinus’s Berman Museum, and many other museums around the US. He hosts two podcasts, Latinos Who Lunch and The Art People Podcast.

Publication Date

5-2020

Keywords

Justin Favela, COVID-19 pandemic, identity, translation, installation art, sculpture, LatinX, Mexico, Guatemala

Disciplines

Art Practice | Contemporary Art | Fine Arts

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Presented as part of the Berman Museum of Art Pride Series 2020.

The M4V video file has a run time of 33:07.

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Artist Justin Favela in Conversation with Dr. Deborah Barkun Ph.D.

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