News & Publications

Alumni kudos!

Kudos to…  Susan Dine (MSP15) who recently published an article in Berghahn Journals.  “Critique, Dialogue, and Action: Museum Representation in Black Panther” can be viewed here.

L’Internationale and the Democracy Pavilion for Europe

L’Internationale’s Democracy Pavilion for Europe aims to reenergize democracy as a desire and practice. It takes the arts’ potential as a starting point for imagining new epistemologies and ethics of living together within the limits of the planet. The pavilion responds to the current political moment...

March 8: What’s the Object of this Museum?  Everyday Resistance at the National Public Housing Museum 

Tuesday, March 8 at 5:30 pm, UM Museum of Art (Helmut Stern Auditorium) Worker cooperatives to build a solidarity economy, contemporary art that grapples with history and unleashes radical imaginations about our collective futures, everyday objects and labels written by public housing residents, cultural work that contributes...

Feb 21 – L’Internationale and the Democracy Pavilion for Europe

L’Internationale’s Democracy Pavilion for Europe aims to reenergize democracy as a desire and practice. It takes the arts’ potential as a starting point for imagining new epistemologies and ethics of living together within the limits of the planet. The pavilion responds to the current political moment...

Alumni kudos!

Kudos to… Ksenya Gurshtein (MSP06) who recently co-edited a book that will be published this December, Experimental Cinemas in State Socialist Eastern Europe (Eastern Europe Screen Cultures).