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A Light Without Shadow

As we confronted the immense upheaval caused by the pandemic—challenges to our concept of borders, disruption of civic life, failure of leadership, devastation of our truly vulnerable communities, confrontation of our visible and invisible systems—we turned to our community of alumni with a simple request: what might be the larger (perhaps less overt) implications of …

/hoo/ /no/ /no/ /go/ /no/

(listening and viewing room: music from the Civil Rights Movement and The Anti-apartheid Struggle)Screening schedule below In this first iteration of Liona Nyariri’s project room, /hoo/ /no/ /no/ /go/ /no/, Nyariri will present a listening and film room with special focus on the music of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, as well as the …

Liona R. Nyariri

2018 Residency: September through December Nyariri’s research based practice explores the ways in which language is created both visually and orally, with a specific focus on Pidgin languages that came from formally Anglophone colonized countries. She uses mythology to explore this theme with a strong engagement in oral story telling that forms the base of …