Organized in conjunction with Professor Elizabeth Hutchinson's course American Monument Cultures, Monumental Action: Public Art and Public History in 2020 centers presentations by artists, scholars, and art-world professionals of color engaged in rethinking public monuments, especially monuments related to slavery, colonization, and other forms of societal violence. Please join us @ the Barnard Digital Humanities Center for:
The scholar's view with Renée Ater (University of Maryland), November 9, 1:15-2:15
The curator's view with Layla Bermeo and Tess Lukey (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), November 23, 1:15-2:15
The artist's view with Tomie Arai, Paul Farber, Ken Lum, and Karyn Olivier (The Monument Lab), November 30, 1:15-2:30
Registration is free & required. Please RSVP to receive a zoom link on the day of each event.
A captioned recording of this event is available on our Vimeo.