Presented at Bending the Archive: Zines, Preservation, & the Digital Humanities at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Tagged with critical pedagogy
College Book Arts Association Annual Meeting
art by & for change Felice Tebbe, artist, curator, & sales, Booklyn Artists Alliance.
Some artists and writers are moved to make things that change people, both personally and as a society. Understandably, these images are collected by public learning institutions. But, what do we do with them once they are collected? Participants will discuss issues such as the relationship
between socially engaged art work and public teaching collections, how the meaning of this artwork changes once it is held in a collection, and how these works are used by students, faculty, curators, and others.
Saturday, May 1st 2010
Brooklyn College Library
This event is free.
Please RSVP by April 9th.
Everyone involved in this except for the main speaker, Ira Shor, is in Radical Reference: Tom Dodson, Emily Drabinski, and Alana Kumbier (facilitators) and Alycia Sellie and Jonathan Cope (organizers).