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Tuesday, March 5

2:306 p.m. The Free Black Women’s Library Opening and Book Swap!

All are welcome to visit the library to enjoy and trade books by Black women.

The Free Black Women's Library (FBWL) is a black feminist mobile trading library and interactive biblio installation that features a collection of one thousand books written by black women, as well as performance, readings, workshops, visual art and radical conversations.

 

 

Wednesday, March 6

122 p.m. Welcome Wednesdays

A weekly event hosted by the President’s Committee on DEI to raise awareness on common spaces on campus. Come for conversation and cookies!

 

 

Thursday, March 7

121 p.m. Fireside Chat

Join us for a conversation on painting and healthcare with Cat Balco, Associate Professor of Painting, Hartford Art School. moderated by Jesle Paragone. Bring your lunch and talk story with us!

 

 

Friday, March 8

24 p.m. Umbrellas for Peace

Join Women for Change, an on-campus organization concerned with social justice and activism, on International Women's Day in painting umbrellas to be marched with at Take Back the Night to protest sexual and domestic violence. All supplies provided.

 

 

Tuesday, March 12

6:307:30 p.m. Folkdance Mixtape

Folkdance Mixtape collaborates with participants to create their own modern folk dances by weaving together movements, sounds, and imagery, looking to shared experiences of what “folk dance” can be rather than national origins as the only source. Led by Rebecca Pappas & Eileen Levinson.

 

 

Wednesday, March 13

7:309:30 p.m. Unmaking Queerness (lovepiece engagement 1)

Arien Wilkerson is the director of Tnmot Aztro Performance Art and Dance Installation LLC and makes work about queerness, queer ideologies, and queer embodiment through dance, film, music, conceptual art, sculpture, and installation. Join us for a brief artist talk followed by a collaborative multimedia performance exploring the dynamics of queer belonging. All sound will be scored and produced live by domsentfrommars and Karim Rome. @ariaztro

 

 

Thursday, March 14

4:307:20 p.m. Lydia Moyer Film Screening

Lydia Moyer is a time-based visual artist, writer, and Associate Professor of Studio Media at the University of Virginia. Her work, she writes, "speaks from the past or future in order to address the present" and plays "with the strange and uncanny amidst melancholy and grief." Join us for a screening of her films, followed by Q&A moderated by Marisa Williamson.