The IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute is proud to present (New) Blueprints for Counter Education. Featuring new work by Artur Silva, Lasana Kazembe, Jason M. Kelly, and Kara Taylor, the exhibition uses virtual reality, poster art, film, and music to consider our current moment—and the ways that the visual arts, philosophy, poetry, performance, and history equip us to both understand and respond to the challenges that we face.
Solidarity Under Siege: The Salvadoran Labor Movement, 1970-1990 3:30pm, Friday, May 1Online, via FacebookJOIN THE EVENT HERE Join The College Arts + Humanities Institute Bloomington for a discussion with Distinguished Professor of History and documentary filmmaker Jeffrey L. Gould, in conversation with CAHI’s Interim Director, Deborah Cohn. The two will discuss Gould’s recent book, Solidarity Under […]
Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, a staunch warrior for her islands and her people, continues to advocate for Native Hawaiian issues spanning the politics, culture, language and history of her home. Hinaleimoana remains dedicated to educating and empowering her community for the last three decades. Her life is her career and she currently devotes her time to teaching Native Hawaiian […]