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Shy Radicals by Hamja Ahsan – Reading and Interview Empowerment series by ArtEZ studium generale
As an artist it is important to make your voice heard. How do artists with a less privileged position, or artist who are less represented, get their points across while taking account of diverse perspectives? In this ArtEZ studium generale series an interview with artist and activist Hamja Ahsan and a reading of his book ‘Shy Radicals’ which had a great impact in the fields of pedagogy, activism and art.
Three Interviews by The School of Missing Men an Empowerment Initiative in the Making
Over the past year, ArtEZ Studium Generale has invited The School of Missing Men to perform interviews with guests on their programme who have a meaningful relation to the core questions underlying the initiative. The School of Missing Men takes as its starting point the fact that 75 percent of students at BEAR (Base for Experiment, Art and Research, the Bachelor of Fine Arts programme in Arnhem) are women, a standard ratio in fine art departments across the Netherlands and abroad. How is it, then, that women continue to be largely underrepresented in many registers in the broader field of art?
Stepping out of the Clean Well-Lighted Space Reflections on Emily Witt’s Lecture at Studium Generale
Emily Witt's book Future Sex, and her lecture at the ArtEZ Studium Generale event 'Sex and the Sexual Politics of the Gaze' on 12 February 2018 inspired Data Bosma and Rosan van Doeselaar to dig further into the gender-biased world of internet dating.
Speaking With Others: an interview with Nadezhda Tolokonnikova
Christine Ayo recounts meeting Pussy Riot's Nadezda Tolokonnikova and the complex issue of speaking for, or on behalf of, others.