This workshop aims to help aspiring allies and those affected by systemic racism prepare for what writer and activist Holiday Phillips describes as the, “tough and messy conversations that will actually bring about change” by addressing our personal experiences with racism, white privilege, and white body supremacy.
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The library is housed in a new addition designed by Steven Holl, internationally known architect in NYC. Read more about the building and Steven Holl.
The furniture collection is a unique collection of chairs designed by architects. All are welcome to explore the library and find each of the items in the collection, to learn from, or sit on.
What: In Between (S)P(L)ACES: Scenes from Norway and North Iceland — Artwork by Liv Valmestad
When: December 20, 2019 – February 21, 2020
Where: Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall | Parking & directions
Hours: Open during regular hours at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library
Artist talk and reception: Thursday, February 20 at noon in the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library.
Liv Valmestad is a Norwegian-Canadian artist who lives in Winnipeg.