The intersection of art and activism has been explored and discussed endlessly, and for good reason. Sometimes, art is the only way to help others fully understand or express injustice. For this year’s David P. Gardner Graduate Lecture in the Humanities and Fine Arts, the University of Utah brought artist, activist and Artistic director of The Art of Revolution, Naomi Natale, to the Libby Gardner Concert Hall. This series’ past lecturers have included literary critic Harold Bloom, feminist artist Barbara Kruger and Judith Jamison, Artistic Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.