Esme Trontz ’18 reviews the CFG exhibition Dear 1968… by artist Sadie Barnette. The exhibition explores Barnette’s relationship with the FBI and her father, a member of the Black Panther Party.
Noorie Chowdhury ’21 reviews the Human Rights Pedagogy and Practice panel from the recent Rights at the Edge symposium hosted by CPGC Executive Director Eric Hartman. Professors from around the country spoke to their teaching styles and outreach practices relating to human rights at their various institutions.
James Weissinger’s Message to the Haverford Community on How to Best Make Use of VCAM and the Hurford Center for Arts and Humanities and More!
“Yes, we have the facilities to show the most polished final product that a student might create, but also, I really want this to be a space where we have flexible studios where you can experiment and just try something out. Maybe it won’t end up as a finished thing, but it’s the process that’s important. I’m hoping that that spirit will appear throughout the different spaces in different ways at VCAM.”
Anna Mehta ’18 describes the current exhibit in one of VCAM’s Create Spaces, the Sounding the Archive Sensory Lab. Silence and a stark white room contrast with voices from the past in this exhibit questioning archive and ethnography in relation to indigenous people.
Meet the Hurford Center staff, now housed in VCAM! Learn what our staff’s roles are, what they can help you with, and how they keep the Center running.