Live from our Elevator Studio @ Open Engagement: We are joined by the creative minds behind BfaMfaPhd (Susan Jahoda, Emilio Martinez Poppe, Caroline Woolard) and their info-tapestry on the lifecycle of a project. Our guests give us insight into their OE presentation on support, guide us through the their tapestry, and give us the “down low” on upcoming project launches.
Open Meeting for Arts Educators and Teaching Artists
How might arts educators gather together to develop, share, and practice pedagogies that foster collective skills and values?
Friday 5/17 from 6-8pm
Facilitators: Members of the Pedagogy Group
The Pedagogy Group is a group of educators, cultural workers, and political organizers who resist the individualist, market-driven subjectivities produced by mainstream art education. Together, they develop and practice pedagogies that foster collective skills and values. Activities include sharing syllabi, investigating political economies of education, and connecting classrooms to social movements.Their efforts are guided by accountability to specific struggles and by critical reflection on our social subjectivities and political commitments.
BFAMFAPhD, Making and Being, teaching tools, installation detail, exhibition at the Dekalb Gallery, Pratt Institute, PROJECT THIRD residency, summer 2018. Photograph by João Enxuto.
Event 6: Group Agreements
What group agreements are necessary in gatherings that occur at residencies, galleries, and cultural institutions today?
Friday 4/19 from 6-8pm
Sarah Workneh, and Danielle Jackson
Sarah Workneh has been Co-Director at Skowhegan for nine years leading the educational program and related programs in NY throughout the year, and oversees facilities on campus. Previously, Sarah worked at Ox-Bow School of Art as Associate Director. She has served as a speaker in a wide variety of conferences and schools. She has played an active role in the programmatic planning and vision of peer organizations, most recently with the African American Museum of Philadelphia. She is a member of the Somerset Cultural Planning Commission’s Advisory Council (ME); serves on the board of the Colby College Museum of Art.
This week bad at sports presents a event on When Projects Depart presented at Hauser and Wirth by our partners BFAMFAPhD.
When Projects Depart
What practices might we develop to honor the departure of a project? For example, where do materials go when they are no longer of use, value, or interest?