"one never remembers alone" closing event

Feb 2, 2 - 5pm
Closing Program
Roski Graduate Gallery
Arts District
1262 Palmetto St., LA

 

Event is open to the public and free
Reservations here.

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition one never remembers alone, this day of events gathers artists, scholars, curators, and educators to critically engage with themes explored within the exhibition. The program includes a keynote presentation, a panel with artists and curators, and a roundtable discussion. Topics of discussion include: kinship and collective memory; personal narratives and storytelling; cultural archiving; and the phenomenology of remembrance. This closing program is the final opportunity to view the exhibition.

Exhibiting artists: Amal Amer, Beatriz Cortez, Maria Dumlao, Sebastián Hernández, Ann Le, Joiri Minaya, Boone Nguyen and Adee Roberson

CLOSING PROGRAM SCHEDULE

2:00pm 
Welcome and Introduction

Eve Moeykens-Arballo

2:15pm 
Keynote
 Address 
Boone Nguyen
Respondent: Carlo Tuason

3:00-3:15pm
Break with light refreshments

3:15-4:00pm
Artist Panel

Amal Amer, Ann Le, Boone Nguyen, and Adee Roberson
Moderator: Bianca M. Morán

4:00-4:10pm
Break

4:10-5:00pm
Roundtable Discussion: Memorias Y Re-Memorias

William Camargo, Marisa Hicks-Alcaraz, Teresita de la Torre
Respondent: Joseph Daniel Valencia

5:00pm
Closing Remarks

Loujain Bager

 

one never remembers alone is organized by the 2020 MA Candidates in the Curatorial Practices and the Public Sphere program at the USC Roski School of Art and Design: Loujain Bager, Eve Moeykens-Arballo, Bianca M. Morán, Carlo Tuason and Joseph Daniel Valencia. 

For more information regarding the closing program, please contact Eve Moeykens-Arballo: moeykens@usc.edu