Make. Act. Resist: A Teach-In On Borders and Migration
Organized by Irene Cheng, Jose A. Brunner and Kim Anno.
October 12–26, 2020
Made possible by generous support from Creative Citizens in Action, the Architecture Division, the President’s Diversity Steering Group, the Film Program, and the CCA Libraries.
Over the last four years, artists and designers have deployed their skills to oppose Trump’s anti-immigrant and nationalist rhetoric through critical artistic projects that build cross-border alliances and give voice to migrant experiences. This virtual teach-in will focus on art and design practices that address the politics of borders and migration. The aim of the “teach-in” is to simultaneously mobilize the CCA community while making scholarship and art public and outward facing.