Student Work in Progress: The Change We Seek: Animated Oral Histories

When

Ongoing

Where

  • Virtual

Event Description

This new occasional series gives NC State students a platform to share their work in progress, giving us a behind-the-scenes look at how their academics, research and creativity come together. In this inaugural program, Darrien Bailey, NC State Masters of Art and Design graduate student, will discuss his ongoing project "The Change We Seek: Animated Oral Histories." In the wake of significant moments of racial injustice in America, scholars and artists are re-imaging traditional educational tools that discuss racial topics. Thus, this Work in Progress (currently named The Change We Seek) explores how historical materials, such as oral history, can better inform the public on issues of systemic racism and race.

 

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Contact Information

Marian Fragola

Admission Information

Free and open to the public.

Accessibility

If assistive technology, live captioning, or other accommodations would improve your experience at this event, please contact us. We encourage you to contact us early about this to allow sufficient time to meet your access needs.

The Change We Seek program poster