Arts Against PostRacialism @ Queen's University

Event

at Queen's University campus, 99 University Ave., Kingston, ON [campus map]

The Arts Against PostRacialism project seeks to challenge blackface on Canadian campuses by building capacity for critique and spaces of healing for those negatively impacted by blackface, creating intra- and inter-campus networks between campus organizations interested in challenging blackface, and raising the level of critical dialogue about blackface.

Opens at

11:00 AM

Emergence Video Installation (Nadine Valcin(all day)

Location: Atrium – The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Unwearable (Defence/Offence) Sculpture Installation (Esmaa Mahomoud(all day)

Location: Main Space – Union Gallery

Think Tomorrow Sculpture Installation (Quentin VerCetty(all day)

Location: André Bieler Studio – The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

12:00-2:00 PM

Afronautic Research Lab (Camille Turner

Location: David McTavish Art Study Room – The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

2:00-3:30

Future Memories workshop (Quentin VerCetty)

Location: André Bieler Studio – The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

3:00-4:45

Scream Café (Anique Jordan)

Location: David McTavish Art Study Room – The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

5:30 – 6:30

Keynote: "Hide and See: Engaging the in/visible presence of blackface in Canada" (Philip Howard, McGill University)

Location: Atrium – The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

6:30-8:00

AAPR Team Panel and Talkback

Location: Atrium – The Agnes Etherington Art Centre

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