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Fall 2019 Schedule Archive: Arts + Design Mondays @ BAMPFA

Fall 2019 Schedule
Arts + Design Mondays @ BAMPFA

Monday, September 9, 2019
Robots are Creatures, Not Things
Madeline Gannon (designer)
View the video here.


Monday, September 16
Excavations of Recent History
Patrick Martinez (artist)
View the video here


Monday, September 23
The Copper in My Cooch and Other Technologies
Marisa Morán Jahn
View the video here.


Monday, September 30
What is Strange?
Rabith Alameddine (author) and Lawrence Rinder (director, BAMPFA)
Video forthcoming.


Monday, October 7
I Was Brought Here to Stay
Nona Faustine (artist)
View the video here.


Monday, October 14
Contemporary Indigenous Arts Showcase: Tanya Lukin Linklater and Friends
Tanya Lukin Linklater (artist), Alan C Palaez Lopez (poet; visual performance artist; Comparative Ethnic studies, UC Berkeley), Sarah Biscarra Dilley (artist, independent curator, writer), Beth Piatote (Associate Professor, UC Berkeley), and Patrick Naranjo (Executive Director of UC Berkeley American Indian Graduate Program)
View the video here.


Monday, October 21
Non-Human Art
Leonel Moura (artist)
View the video here.


Monday, October 28
The San Quentin Project
Nigel Poor (artist) and Michael Nelson (writer and activist)
Video forthcoming.


Monday, November 4
Transience, Replication, and the Paradox of Social Robotics
Guy Hoffman (robotics researcher, Cornell University)
View the video here.


Monday, November 18
My Place is the Placeless
Sherin Guirguis (visual artist)
Video forthcoming


Monday, November 25
Screening: Tongues Untied
Darieck B. Scott (Associate Professor, African American Studies, UC Berkeley), Ken Light (Reva and David Logan Professor of Journalism, UC Berkeley), and Leila Weefur (artist, curator, teacher, Art Practice)
View the video here.


Monday, December 2
Art, Health, and Equity in the City of Richmond
Betty Reid Soskin (National Park Service, ranger at Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond, CA), Donte Clark (playwright; storyteller; former poet laureate of Richmond, CA), and Ptah Tracey Mitchell (poet; author; educator, West Contra Costa Unified School District)
Video forthcoming

Image credit:
Photo by Marisa Morán Jahn