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Indigenous Perspectives Conversations with Contemporary Artists
Sep 21 - Sep 30 2022 - 132 days left
As political and activist movements led by Indigenous peoples around the world gain visibility, and as art historians discuss the implications of decolonizing the field through non-Western epistemologies and cosmovisions, it is fundamental that scholars and cultural institutions more actively engage with the work and vision of Indigenous practitioners.
On Nationalism: The Fragility and the Possibility of ''We''
Apr 06 - Jul 31 2022 - 71 days left
With intensifying systemic inequalities around the world in the context of a global pandemic, accelerating climate change, an escalating refugee crisis and rising race-based violence, the idea of any singular, national “we” has never been more contested.
The Racial Imaginary Institute -The James Gallery Seminar
May 01 - Jun 30 2022 - 40 days left
The Racial Imaginary Institute Project includes local and international partnerships in a variety of forms. During the academic year 2021-2022 The James Gallery gathered a seminar of Graduate Center PhD students in multiple disciplines with The Racial Imaginary Institute members and scholarly and artistic fellow travelers. Seminar Participants: Claire Cahen, Denisse Andrade, Deborah Philip, Emine Busra Unluonen, Friederike Margarethe Windel, Hilarie Ashton, James Sevitt, Jin Wang, Josh Adler, Jonathan Liebembuk, Katherine Carl, Mia Curran, Michele Chinitz, Michelle Phương Ting, Natalie Willens, Simon Wu, Stephanie Cruz, Whitney Evanson. Organizers: James Sevitt, Emine Busra Unluonen, Katherine Carl.
Museum of Music and Music Education (Moment)
Jul 01 - Jul 31 2022 - 71 days left
The James Gallery partnered with Moment to provide performances to live audiences in a series of outdoor Open Culture events in 2021-22. These events were held in partnership with local artist-run community spaces, Ibeam Brooklyn and ShapeShifter Lab, and – with the financial support of the Local 802/AFM Musicians Performance Trust Fund and the NY Cultural Development Fund – served as vital relief for people cut off from paying gigs for over a year. Organizer: Genji Siraisi.
Zoe Beloff | Eric Muzzy : Song of the Essential Worker
Aug 18 - Dec 31 2022 - 224 days left
Artists Zoe Beloff and Eric Muzzy have been speaking with essential workers in jobs ranging from neighborhood food distribution on the Lower East Side to longshoremen at massive supply chain shipping ports in Red Hook.
Expanding Options for Digital Repatriation
Sep 21 - Jul 31 2022 - 71 days left
This project will create a centralized database of Indigenous objects (art, artefacts, and material culture) that are housed in museum collections and cultural institutions in the province of Quebec.
"We?" The Racial Imaginary Institute Exhibition
Feb 01 - Dec 31 2022 - 224 days left
With intensifying systemic inequalities around the world in the context of a global pandemic, accelerating climate change, an escalating refugee crisis and rising race-based violence, the idea of any singular, national “we” has never been more contested. Artists: Claudia Rankine and John Lucas, Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Hong an Truong, Jacki Apple, Kimberly Tate, Maria Hupfield, Mariana Valencia, Mercedes Teixido, Urban Bush Women.