Lecture: Walid Raad
Monday, December 9, 20196:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Campus Center, Weis Cinema
This lecture is presented by the Photography Program and the Human Rights Project.
Walid Raad: “In part, an artist and a Professor of Art in (the still-charging-tuition, and the school should stop doing so now before yet more debt burdens more students, who are not the ones who mismanaged the school’s finances—its Board of Trustees and administrators did so for decades [check out the lawsuit against the Board]) The Cooper Union. The list of exhibitions (good, bad, and mediocre ones), awards and grants (merited, not merited, grateful for, rejected and/or returned), education (some of it thought-provoking; some of it less so), and publications (I am fond of some of my books, but more so of the books of Jalal Toufic. You can find his here: jalaltoufic.com) can be found somewhere online.”
This lecture is free and open to the public.
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