Afternoon Program: Imagining Beyond Authoritarianism
Join the UC Berkeley Center for Interdisciplinary Critical Inquiry, the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs, and BAMPFA for the afternoon program of Imagining Beyond Authoritarianism: Race and Gender in Our Times.
After Bearing Witness: The Role of Photography in Community
Amir Aziz and Lisa Armstrong discuss the role of photography in documenting racial injustice while conveying daily life and joy in marginalized communities.
Amir Aziz, Photojournalist and documentary filmmaker
Lisa Armstrong, Professor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
Faculty Panel: Place, Indigeneity, and Land
Asserting identity in one’s creative practice raises important questions about who and what the work's subjects are and how one’s relationship to place informs the outcomes of land-based and place-based practices.
Ronald Rael, Eva Li Memorial Chair in Architecture in the Department of Architecture in the College of Environmental Design, Faculty in the Department of Art Practice, University of California, Berkeley
Luanne Redeye, Assistant Professor in the Department of Art Practice, University of California, Berkeley
Moderated by Debarati Sanyal, Director of The Center for Interdisciplinary Critical Inquiry, Professor of French, University of California, Berkeley