316 UCB, 80309-0316
ATLAS Center 329 303-492-7574 303-492-1362
The 16th Brakhage Center Symposium will focus on the interface between travel and space, real and imaginary geographies, dislocation and identity. It will examine the complex circulation of bodies within the ever-shifting political and cultural spaces of contemporary life and the reformulation of concepts such as centers and margins, land and territory, home and homelessness. There will be presentations and screenings on March 14 by Ben Russell, Ephraim Asili, and Shambhavi Kaul (whose installation, Modes of Faltering, will be on view in the Black Box), followed by two programs on March 15 devoted to Latin American avant-garde cinema, curated by Jesse Lerner. Venue: ATLAS 100. All events are free and open to the public. For more information, please go to https://www.colorado.edu/brakhagecenter/
Cancelled:"Effective immediately, multi-day university-sponsored gatherings or those with more than 150 attendees are suspended until further guidance is issued." — Philip DiStefano, Chancellor, C.U.