The history of photography and its potential as a tool for racial justice guides this scholarly conversation between Deborah Willis and Isaac Julien.
Selections from New Labor Movements, a program of short films exploring concepts of transnational Blackness, are available for online viewing during the
An at-home educational art project about photography, portraiture and representation, inspired by Frederick Douglass.
Artist Isaac Julien and historian Robin D.G. Kelley discuss Julien’s 'Lessons of the Hour' as part of UC Santa Cruz’s ‘Visualizing Abolition’ event series.
Activist and scholar Angela Davis joins artist Isaac Julien for a conversation about the influence of Frederick Douglass on contemporary movements for racial
Isaac Julien is joined by editors and contributors to Film Quarterly for a discussion about sensorial immersion and human rights in the artist’s moving-image
Artist Isaac Julien and curator Leila Weefur appear in conversation to discuss their exhibitions concurrently on view at McEvoy Arts.
In This Light, a virtual and offsite exhibition, celebrates the resiliency of artists from The Minnesota Street Project Studio Program in times of uncertainty.
Orlando draws upon the themes of Virginia Woolf’s 1928 novel to celebrate openness, curiosity, and human possibility.
An international collection of short films on transformation and self-invention, inspired by Virginia Woolf’s Orlando.
Lynn Hershman Leeson’s genre-bending, bio-tech “documentary” starring Tilda Swinton forecasts uncanny similarities to society’s current moment.
Brontez Purnell explores Virginia Woolf’s Orlando in an immersive, multidisciplinary performance.