Reimagining Representation: Active Voice

A student wearing a plaid shirt hangs up to dry a freshly screen printed tote bag to the overhang of an outdoor tent.
Reimagining Representation, Tang Teaching Museum, October 21, 2021, photo by Lindsay Buchman

Join us on Thursday, October 20, at 6 pm, for a live print-making event featuring socially engaged projects conceived of and presented by students in Reimagining Representation (AR 338), taught by Visiting Artist-in-Residence Lindsay Buchman. Read more about the course’s past projects on their Art & Ideas page.

Students in the class work collaboratively to form alliances across social and racial justice causes, reflecting on how the history of art and design have been utilized within the act of protest, organizing, and intersectional movement building. Together, these student-led initiatives seek to raise questions and awareness by advocating for structural change, providing ways to get involved, and sharing self-reflective tools for creating a more equitable future.

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Pattern by Nathan Bloom ’21
Inspired by the performance Honey Baby in the exhibition Janine Antoni & Stephen Petronio: Entangle
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.