Tuesday, Mar 01, 2022
Artist Walpa D’Mark will discuss how he came to his petit recit or “little narrative” in his work, and why this process is important.
Thursday, Apr 08, 2021
Panelists will discuss social practice photography, public representations and perceptions of sex workers, voyeurism, and sex workers’ labor and humanitarian rights
Thursday, Mar 11, 2021
An artist and psychologist will discuss support systems and the evolving sociocultural understanding of autism.
Thursday, Mar 04, 2021
Discussion between an artist, a sociologist, and an urban planner to examine the framing of communities through architecture, aesthetics, and more
Tuesday, Mar 02, 2021
Atlanta-based filmmakers will discuss creating experimental film shorts relating to the Black experience
Thursday, Oct 29, 2020
This conversation pairs filmmaker djones in dialogue with Dr. James Young, professor emeritus UMass Amherst. They will discuss djones’ film “631,” 2008, which documents his family’s stories through their ownership and struggles to maintain a multigenerational home in Youngstown, Ohio.
Tuesday, Sep 15, 2020
Artist Jane Callister and Dr. Lené Levy-Storms will discuss concepts of kindness and its implementation in our communal world.