Category: Workshop

Amazing Grace and BSAW Symposium

Inaugural Black Sound & the Archive Symposium February 7-8 | Yale University Download the preliminary program Thursday, February 7, 7:30pm, Yale University Art Gallery Auditorium Opening Keynote Event: Amazing Grace (1972) Screening of historic film documenting Aretha Franklin’s live concert recording of her legendary gospel album. Followed by a roundtable discussion with Robert Johnson (producer), Professor Farah Jasmine Griffin (Columbia University), Wesley Morris (New York Times), Aaron Cohen, (author of the celebrated 33 1/3 volume on the Amazing

BSAW Workshop with
Mendi + Keith Obadike

Friday, December 7 10am-noon 469 College Street Stoeckel Hall Rm 106 Food and drink provided. Mendi + Keith Obadike are two of the most pathbreaking artists of their generation. They make art, music, and literature, and they have exhibited and performed at a range of venues including The New Museum, The Studio Museum in Harlem, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and The Museum of Modern Art. Bold, innovative, daring, and awe inspiring, their work explores,

Roshanak Kheshti Lecture and Workshop
March 1 and 2

  Public Talk | “We See With The Skin: Zora Neale Hurston’s Synesthetic Hermeneutics” THURSDAY, MARCH 1 5:00PM WLH 309 | 100 WALL STREET NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT _________________________________ Workshop | “Cat Face on Bleeding Pine” FRIDAY, MARCH 2 10:00AM STOECKEL 106 | 469 COLLEGE STREET NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT Roshanak Kheshti is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies and affiliate faculty in the Critical Gender Studies Program at UC San Diego. Her first book Modernity’s Ear: Listening