Tanda is a cohort program that aids individuals with their research and practice through self-directed and collective learning. It is a program providing time and space to gather, share, think and exchange conversations, resources, and knowledge on participants’ chosen topics and practices.
Join us in any of these Tanda sessions to share conversations, resources, and knowledge.
Dates: Wednesdays, 09/29 to 11/09
Time: 6:30-8:30pm ct / 7:30-9:30 et / 4:30-6:30pm PT
Zoom Registration Link: bit.ly/3S5iKwQ
09/28 – Labor, Care, Rest and the Maternal Roots of the Gift Economy | Jessica Caldas
10/05 – Ecologies of Impairment: Farm labor and Disability | Cielo Saucedo
10/12 – Urban Palimpsest, Collaged Spatiality: Mapping the Mecca | Roland Knowlden
10/19 – Monastic Making: Public Grieving and Vernacular Art Environments | Gabriel Chalfin-Piney
10/26 – Cumbia/Truth Teller and Backbone | Esperanza Cortés
11/09 – Video Game Non-Architecture: Digital Spaces and Their Impact | Jalyn Haynes
Sessions are virtual, free and open to the public. Closed captioning available. Recordings of Tandas are not posted online.
Full Tanda Topic Information HERE.