The MFA Photo, Video and Related Media Dept. is collaborating with Saul Ostrow, Founder and Director of Critical Practices INC. to host a roundtable discussion on the topic of Media as Mediation as part of the Department's Scheimpflug Lecture Series on the evening of Tuesday, October 24th, from 6:30-9:30 pm in the Department Big Room.
This roundtable event will mainly consist of department alumni with select faculty. We are really excited to use this event as a way to highlight more of our dedicated and accomplished alumni as part of our 30 Years Anniversary programming.
A moderator will create a framework for the topic and subsequently will open the discussion to the invited panel of concerned people in our community to anonymously and openly express their ideas and opinions. After the discussion, the participants will be identified to the audience who will be free to mingle and to discuss further thoughts or questions over refreshments.
Critical Practices, Inc. is a response to the complex and changing conditions that affect the emergence of new practices and ideas within the field of cultural production. By means of artists projects (21ST.PROJECTS) and roundtable discussions (LaTableRonde), Critical Practices Inc. seeks to provide platforms for the exchange of the diverse points of views necessary for the evaluation of those current critical, theoretical, and practical objectives that impact cultural production.
*This event is by invitation only. Please email email@example.com with any inquiries. Thank you.