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The 2015 biennial Beamer-Schneider Lecture in Ethics & Civics: “There is a crack in everything; that’s how the light gets through”

Date: Tue. April 7th, 2015, 6:00 pm-7:00 pm
Location: Clark Hall Room 309

This lecture is presented by Michael Rakowitz who will discuss his social experiments categorized as “social practice art.” He will also be starting his project in Cleveland centered around the Tamir Rice killing: the redaction of orange. Click HERE¬†for more information about¬†“A Color Removed”.

Rakowitz is an internationally renowned artist at the forefront of social practice art. His projects on Palestine, Iraq, veterans, and homelessness have led him to shows in the Tate Modern, London and to the collection of MoMA, New York City.

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