March-May, 2021: This virtual summit engages emerging responses to the climate crisis in higher education—with particular attention to the roles higher education institutions can play in building alliances with social movements, community organizations, artists, intellectuals, and informal educational structures.
News & Events
Join us on April 14-16, 2021 for the 2021 Mellon Symposium organized by Elena Guzman, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Visual Studies at Haverford College.
Join us on Friday March 19th, 2021 for a series of embodied workshops, artist talks, temporal queerings, and a live performance.
A 13-hour durational performance by Raegan Truax with sound by Derek Phillips. Begins March 11th at noon, ends March 12th at 1 a.m. (EST).
Strange Truth 2021 explores the non-fiction imagination in the films of Garrett Bradley, Sam Feder, and Cecilia Aldarondo.
All events are free and open to the public and will be held virtually, hosted by the Bryn Mawr Film Institute in Theater 5, their online film hub. The live events are conversations with the filmmakers, and all the films will be available to stream for a limited time prior to each event. Closed captioning will be available during the live events.
February 15-April 11, 2021: Notes for Tomorrow features artworks from around the world, brought together to reflect on a new global reality ushered in by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the ever-present backdrop of the crisis, Independent Curators International (ICI) turned to 30 curators from 25 countries to question and reassess values and relevance in contemporary culture, and to share an artwork they believe is vital to be seen today.
Apply to be the Production Coordinator for the College’s 2021 DocuLab project, “For, With, and Against the Camera: Performance Cinema,” led by Haverford Visual Studies faculty member John Muse. Deadline: 1/22/21.
October 20, 2020, 4:30pm EST (VIRTUAL EVENT) Let Us Love You as You Are imagines the potential of exhibitions as care-taking spaces. This extension of the group exhibition An Alarming Specificity, which was originally set to open in the midst of a pandemic, takes up the mantle of creating spaces for bodies too often treated as marginal. Register to join us!