Lecture – The Breast and The Sea, February, 2016

We will gather together as women, breast cancer survivors, “previvors,” and “lifers.” We will take the time to welcome mindfulness into our hearts, to quiet our thoughts, and to dwell within our senses. We will bring a “taste” of the sea, and our project...

Lecture – Avshalom Levi: Sliding Doors, May 8, 2016

Sliding Doors The Door of Hope is a shelter for prostitutes, drug addicts and homeless women in the old Central Bus Station of South Tel-Aviv, Israel. The shelter is a sanctuary where the women can find a respite from the streets. This series was made in 2008 over a...

Lecture – Aaron Glass: Complicating Curtis, March 9, 2016

Edward S. Curtis is famous for his monumental effort to photographically document traditional Native North Americans in the early twentieth century before they succumbed to assimilation. He is equally infamous within scholarly circles for fabricating a romantic and...

Lecture – Ruben Natal-San Miguel, September 24, 2015

Hear the stories behind his pictures in Street Life: A New York City Vanishing Act. “I want to capture all the vibrant, unique life on the streets of New York. The interesting character of many neighborhoods is disappearing, or being displaced – but...