AA Bronson—artist, curator, writer, teacher, and activist—will speak at Union Theological Seminary in New York City on Wednesday, October 6, as part of Union’s 2010 Forum on Art, Religion and Social Justice. According to the announcement:

When [Bronson] first came to Union as a student three years ago, he was amazed to find that a school so immersed in a history of social justice work had no idea of, or connection to, the social justice work being done in the visual art world—and vice versa. Together with Kathryn Reklis, he founded the Institute of Art, Religion, and Social Justice as a means to create a conversation between those two communities through the lens of social justice. He will address all these topics and more in an illustrated talk followed by open discussion.

The lecture is free and open to the public. For more information, and to register, see here. For more on the Institute of Art, Religion, and Social Justice itself, see here.