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INTRO TO IDA, IDA Autumn Course

Course Description
This course is held in the Black Community Services Center located at 418 Santa Teresa Street, beside the Harmony House. This quarter-long series introduces students to leading artists, creatives, and scholars affiliated with the Institute for Diversity in the Arts. Through a series of talks, guests reveal how their work illuminates crucial questions of identity, diversity, and aesthetics.
Weekly Course/Events Schedule
September 28 We Gon' Be Alright + The Theory of IDA
by Jeff Chang
October 5 The Emerging Artist
by Jessica La Rel
October 12 Art Practice as Spiritual Practice
by A-lan Holt
October 19 Art in Public Space
by Ala Ebtekar in conversation with Jonathan Calm
October 26 Punks, Poets, & Brown People
by Ruben Martinez and Mark Gonzales
November 2 Rhetorics of Identity
by Walidah Imarisha and Jakeya Caruthers
November 9 Movement and Transformative Movements
by Amara Tabor-Smith and Aleta Hayes
November 16 Geographies of Desire
by Cherrie Moraga
November 30 Raciolinguistics & Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies
by H. Samy Alim
December 7 Art is My Occupation
by Ellen Oh