The Tanda program is an experimental cohort program that aids individuals with their research and practice through self-directed and collective learning by way of gathering and sharing resources, conversations, and knowledges.
Join us every Wednesday at 6pm-8pm CDT, starting March 31st ending May 5th, to share resources and conversations!
Tanda Spring 2021 Topics & Schedule:
03/31 - Visual Sovereignty: Understanding the Ethics of Depicting Indigenous Culture in Visual Art, Lorena Cruz Santiago
04/07 - Marronage: Acts Between Freedom and Captivity, Tiffany M Johnson
04/14 - Making Visible the Invisible Labor of Mothering as Immigrants in the Contemporary Culture and What Acquiring a New Language Provides, Karen Dana Cohen
04/21 - Bloodletting as Embodied Ritual: Latinx Tattoos, Clau Rocha
04/28 - Challenging Biometrics, AI, and Facial Recognition Technologies, Alex Santana
05/05 -The Love, Rage & Roses it will take to Welcome the Death of White Manhood, Charles Ryan Long
Sessions are free to attend
Closed captions available