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    THE PROTEST AND THE RECUPERATION  | PREVIEW

    FEBRUARY 10 – APRIL 4, 2021; IN THE WINDOWS OF THE FORUM

    West 125th St. & Broadway

  • Over the last decade, Chile has experienced a succession of popular uprisings, including the 2011 student protests, the Tsunami feminista in 2018, and ongoing national demonstrations under the banner of Chile Despertó. In this social climate, a number of artistic and activist collectives and performance street groups have emerged throughout the country. Using dance, theater, performance, and music as their political weapons, these collectives are flooding the streets of Chile to denounce systemic cases of governamental violence and existing patriarchal, colonialist and neoliberal structures. This panel will examine the emergence of these collectives and how they are developing a lively and impassioned protest aesthetic as part of their artistic and activist practices.

     

    Click the link below to access the March 9 Feminist Aesthetics and Protest and Contemporary Chile panel discussion. 

    theforum.columbia.edu/live
     

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    VIRTUAL EVENT - FRIDAY, MARCH 26

     

    The Future of Protest in a Post-Digital Age

     

    Anthony Downey outlines the impact of digital technologies on contemporary protests. Throughout this short presentation he poses a series of questions about the future of protest and how social media, through algorithmic means, effectively prescribes our understanding of historical events

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    WALLACH FROM HOME: NEW CONTENT 

     

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    Wallach Sketch Sessions are designed to introduce adults to the basics of drawing. 

    Inspired by works from Wallach Art Gallery exhibitions and objects you have in your home, these videos demonstrate different drawing techniques and related activities. 

    More content and video transcripts available here .

  • Two new Wallach Kids downloadable pdfs are now available!  Take a closer look at Uptown Triennial 2020 artist Jordan Casteel’s painting and tell us the story that you see.  Also, in this season of sharing let’s come together to create new recipes. 

    Remember to share where these activities take you using #WallachKids

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Installation view of "Uptown Triennial 2020"
The Wallach Art Gallery is currently closed for installation. It will re-open  March 31 to Columbia students, faculty, and staff who have completed the protocols for activity on campus.  Reservations will be required.
Gallery Hours: 

Wed: 11 am – 5 pm
Thurs: 11 am – 5 pm
Fri: noon – 6 pm

 
Wallach Art Gallery

Lenfest Center for the Arts
Columbia University
615 West 129th Street

 

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Please read our Visitor FAQ for more information on the gallery's re-opening protocols.

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Well, we made it to the new year—through the attempted self-coup of the most recent former President, a violent attack on the US Capital, the certification of the Biden-Harris ticket, their Inauguration and the early weeks of the Biden administration's bold moves. All the while...

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