Shakespeare and Black Life: Actor Jeremie Harris in Conversation with Jehbreal Jackson ’20 ♥ ★

Kirk Davis Jr. Public Shakespeare Lecture In this public conversation, Jeremie Harris will discuss his role as Claudio in New York Public Theatre’s 2019 production of Much Ado About Nothing, which featured an all-Black cast and was set in Atlanta during Stacy Abrams’ campaign for governor of Georgia. We will share clips from the production. Mr. [...]

Shakespeare and Black Life: Actor Jeremie Harris in Conversation with Jehbreal Jackson ’20 ♥ ★2021-04-01T11:07:16-07:00

The Suppliants Project ♥ ★

Dramatic readings of scenes from Aeschylus' The Suppliants as a catalyst for powerful discussions about immigration and the refugee crisis. About this Event The Suppliants Project presents dramatic readings by acclaimed actors of scenes from Aeschylus’ play The Suppliants—an ancient tragedy about fifty female refugees who seek asylum in the ancient city of Argos, and [...]

The Suppliants Project ♥ ★2021-04-01T11:03:16-07:00

The Black Index | The Dark Database: Facial Recognition and its “Failure” to Enroll ♥ ★

Thursday, January 21, 2021 - 3:15pm to 4:30pm The Dark Database: Facial Recognition and its "Failure" to Enroll Dennis Delgado, artist, with Calvin John Smiley, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Hunter College. Hosted by The Hunter College Art Galleries. https://vimeo.com/504982185  

The Black Index | The Dark Database: Facial Recognition and its “Failure” to Enroll ♥ ★2021-03-15T09:38:13-07:00

Ọkụ Extenders: Women, Sacrality, and Transformative Art ♥

Ọkụ Extenders: Women, Sacrality, and Transformative Art March 18, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. Join via Zoom: https://scrippscollege.zoom.us/j/95717417598 Nkiru Nzegwu is SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of Africana Studies and in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at State University of New York at Binghamton. She is also Professor Extraordinarius in the School of Transdisciplinary Research [...]

Ọkụ Extenders: Women, Sacrality, and Transformative Art ♥2021-03-17T10:34:31-07:00

« Home Page VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities ♥ ✚

VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities Department: Humanities Center Date and Time: March 17, 2021 | 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Event Location: Zoom Event Details Join us as UCI students present a photovoice exhibition called VOICE (Visualizing Our Identities and Culture for Empowerment) on the impact of COVID-19 [...]

« Home Page VOICE at UCI: Photo Exhibition and Presentation on COVID-19 and the Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities ♥ ✚2021-03-15T13:26:14-07:00

Leading the Arts Through a Pandemic: Music with Chair Stephen Tucker ★

ArtsTalk’s inaugural series Leading the Arts Through a Pandemic will wrap up with two episodes in the Music department. For episode seven, Dean Barker speaks with Chair Stephen Tucker regarding his experience growing up in Jamaica, training as a conductor, Outreach work with Santa Ana High School, and the dynamic landscape of the Music department. [...]

Leading the Arts Through a Pandemic: Music with Chair Stephen Tucker ★2021-03-17T13:28:49-07:00

We Take Care of Our Own: A Discussion with Zainabu Jallo ♥ ★

We Take Care of Our Own: A Discussion with Zainabu Jallo Date: Thursday, February 25, 2021 Time: 10:00 - 11:20 a.m. Zainabu Jallo is a playwright and anthropologist dividing her time between Switzerland and São Paulo. She will be discussing her recent play, We Take Care of Our Own, an exploration of the lives and [...]

We Take Care of Our Own: A Discussion with Zainabu Jallo ♥ ★2021-01-20T10:59:33-08:00

The Black Index: Archiving Black Creativity and Resistance ♥ ★

The Black Index: Archiving Black Creativity and Resistance Friday, February 19, 2021, from 12 pm - 1 pm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHE9Xm-KWgA Join bibliographer Simone Fujita and curator Krystal Tribbett for a conversation about the role of libraries and archives in indexing Black creative thought and resistance. Fujita and Tribbett discuss the responsibilities of institutions to collect and [...]

The Black Index: Archiving Black Creativity and Resistance ♥ ★2021-03-15T09:26:50-07:00

Reckoning & Reconciliation: Art, Architecture, & Culture in Contested Sites ♥

Reckoning & Reconciliation: Art, Architecture, & Culture in Contested Sites Friday, February 19, 2021 9:00am - 12:00p.m. PST   Register (Zoom information will be sent to those who register) About the Event   Reckoning and Reconciliation: Art, Architecture, and Culture in Contested Sites engages law, society, art, race, and culture through a dynamic lens. As [...]

Reckoning & Reconciliation: Art, Architecture, & Culture in Contested Sites ♥2021-02-11T08:46:36-08:00
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