Join us for Culture as Reciprocity. Towards ecological citizenship a virtual lecture: March 20, 2021, 12pm EST Register here: Zoom
The first of the series ON THE ANTHROPOCENE: Either/Or, entitled From Relational to Ecological Form. Virtual lecture: February 27, 2021, 12pm EST Zoom
IDSVA makes a strong showing at the 109th Annual College Art Association (CAA) conference The virtual conference (including Q&A sessions) will take place February 10-13, 2021.
This year's (virtual) winter residency featured a series of three lectures throughout the week. As with every IDSVA lecture, students were asked to "formulate the question" in advance of Q&A. With each Q&A session, the lecturer and the students "took a seat at the table" and continued the ongoing construction of the history of ideas.
IDSVA is pleased to announce the new lecture series: ON THE ANTHROPOCENE: Either/Or. The three part lecture series will be held in February, March, and April.
The award was given to Metzger for her presentation, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Life, Love, and Racism in America." Metzger presented the work alongside her husband at the 2020 SECAC Conference on the panel All in the Family: On Raising Kids Together as Artists in Academia.
Join the Humanity Rising Panel discussion Presenters: Kathleen Riley, Musician, Researcher, Branch Director for Performing Arts at Awake TV Network; George Smith, Founder and President of IDSVA; Simonetta Moro, Director and Vice President for Academic Affairs at IDSVA; and IDSVA students, Mary Mazurek, George Orwel, and Zoma Wallace
Four IDSVA PhD candidates discuss their dissertation work in progress Date: Saturday, November 21, 12-2pm EST Format: Zoom (register to receive the link) Moderator: Dr. Kalia Brooks, IDSVA alumna 2017