University Forum presents Art at Work in the World: Justice, Decolonization, and Collaboration in the New EASP MFA
Art, the systems and institutions that surround and support art, and the people who make art are constantly evolving in relation to worlds in flux. In these uncertain times of climate crisis and of the persistence of extreme racial and other social inequities, art’s boundary-crossing, associative and connective possibilities can reach across perceived divisions and create new forms for understanding and action. Tonight, we share with you a few examples of some of the practice-based research projects already underway among our first cohort of our new Graduate MFA in Environmental Art and Social Practice.
Wednesday, April 20 at 5:30pm to 7:00pm