Favianna Rodriguez leads a political printmaking workshop inspired by editions’ historical roles in social movements.
Enrique Chagoya discusses the satire and social commentary of his work "One Recession Watchdog (Instant Update)," 2011.
Filmmaker Alison O’Daniel discusses her ongoing series The Tuba Thieves with guest curator Tanya Zimbardo.
Thomas Cvikota presents works from his personal collection that formed the basis for Mana Contemporary Chicago’s 2018 presentation of 'What is an edition,
Stephanie Syjuco elaborates on the themes and objects embedded in her commissioned vending installation "Excess Capital (Double or Nothing)," 2013–.
That’s Funny is a stand-up comedy performance emceed by Bonanza featuring artists on the mic alongside comedic ringers.
Ala Ebtekar discusses his monumental work Thirty-six Views of the Moon, 2019 and marks the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo 11 with a poetry reading.
Former SFFILM Executive Director Noah Cowan appraises film’s inherent “efficiency” as editioned art.
An afternoon of stories about repetition, hosted by Porchlight Storytelling Series.
'True Blue Mirror' stages a theatrical dialogue between Ellen Berkenblit's gestural paintings and Sarah Braman's blocky, quasi-mystical sculptures and environments.
'Introspections' presents five short videos that satirize several key moments in the history of American TV and social media culture.
Artist and curator Mads Lynnerup leads a conversation about 'Introspections,' currently on view in MFA's Screening Room.