Wednesday, Jul 22, 2020 4:00p -
Boston, MA 02110
Art, Virtual & Streaming
How are artists pivoting in a world where performances and exhibits are happening online? The Curiosity Desk’s Edgar B. Herwick III speaks with visual artist Chanel Thervil and comedian Bethany Van Delft about the challenges and creative solutions they face in the current virtual-only environment. Bring your questions and join us online Wednesday, July 22 at 4pm for this summer edition of BostonTalks.
Chanel Thervil is an empowering visual artist whose work inspires tenderness and healing in communities of color. You may have seen her work in public displays around Boston in collaboration with the Urbano Project, Boston's Children's Museum, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and the Boston Center for the Arts.
Bethany Van Delft
Bethany Van Delft is an award-winning comedian. She was recently named Boston Magazine’s “Best Comic.” Her comedy album I’m Not a Llama spent time at #2 on the iTunes charts. She is a passionate advocate for her daughter who was born with Down syndrome.
Hosted by Edgar B. Herwick III of WGBH’s Curiosity Desk
This BostonTalks is going to be a little different from our others. For the summer months, BostonTalks encourages you to celebrate hump day on Wednesdays by joining us online at 4pm to hear from and connect with our two featured guests. This event is free, but RSVP is required.