|Wednesday, June 1, 6-8 pm|
Fencing In Democracy
Miguel Díaz-Barriga and Margaret Dorsey bring together artists, architects, and activists who have re-imagined designs for the US-Mexico border wall or fought its construction, addressing the role of art and architecture to draw attention to important issues of eroding democracy.
Unsolicited Proposal Program Winner
|Friday, June 4, 2 pm|
Archival Work on the Edge of the State
Margaret Dorsey, Miguel Díaz-Barriga, Lupe Flores, and Carolina Rocha from The Border Studies Archive at the University of Texas will discuss various issues covered by the archive's collections. In conjunction with current exhibition Fencing In Democracy.
|Wednesday, June 8, 7 pm|
Creating Border Walls, the Waiving of Laws, and the Struggle to Save the Borderlands
Sierra Club's Scott Nicol will discuss theU.S.-Mexico border wall’s destructive impact on the environment and the Sierra Club’s opposition to border wall construction. With a looming Presidential election, calls for longer, taller border walls are louder now than ever before. Mr. Nicol’s multimedia presentation draws attention to an aspect of border wall construction that is missing in national debates: its impact on wildlife, nature preserves, and border ecology. In conjunction with current exhibition Fencing In Democracy.
|Saturday, June 25|
in Hong Kong, China
How to Make Space
organized by Jennifer Davis and Su-Ying Lee
How to Make Space highlights the powerful way in which female migrant workers in Hong Kong, China, use temporary structures to create community.
Franchise Program Winner
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