The Community Media Center presents a film master class with director Jesse Vaughan who will explore the relationship between actor and director and deepen connections made on set.
Malik Yakini will share some of his experiences and lessons learned in co-founding and leading the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network. He will share his thinking about America’s colonial legacy, the country’s ongoing racial oppression and how those factors shape land ownership, food, agriculture, and economics.
Featuring over 40 works by 19 international artists on abstraction (or so it appears at first sight).
Join the first session included in a series of classes at the ICA at VCU where they will explore together how to see and understand contemporary art.
Moroccan Modernism 1956-1978 focuses on the artists of the Casablanca school and the modernism movement in post-colonial Morocco. The in-person lecture will be held a the ICA auditorium.