[Biennial Special Events] Before the Wall by Samar Hazboun
Before the Wall by Samar Hazboun

Biennial Special Events

Where No Wall Remains
An International Festival About Borders

Special Events

Throughout the fall of 2019, partner programs across the Bard College campus will host a series of interdisciplinary events related to the the themes and discourse of Where No Wall Remains

Emilio Rojas
Decolonized Feast
Saturday, October 19 2–4 pm
Bard Farm

The Sioux Chef: The (R)evolution of Indigenous Food Systems of North America
Tuesday, October 29 at 5 pm
LUMA Theater, Fisher Center

Studio Arts Visiting Artist Lecture: Baseera Kahn
Tuesday, October 29 at 5pm
Fisher Studio Arts Seminar Room

Lana Tatour: Citizenship as Domination: Settler Colonialism and the Making of Palestinian Citizenship in Israel 
Monday, November 11 at 5 pm
Olin Hall room 202

Film Screening of Jürgen Böttcher's Die Mauer (The Wall), 1990, 98 min. Commemorating the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall
Monday, November 11 at 6 pm
Preston Cinema

Where No Wall Remains festival introduction with Co-curators Gideon Lester and Tania El Khoury, with Biennial artists. 
Wednesday, November 13 at 6:30 pm
LUMA Theater

The Wall: A film on the effect of the Wall's Imposing Presence on Migrant Families
Thursday, November 14 at 7 pm
Preston Cinema