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Archive: Apr 2018

Disruption: a podcast listening party with Willie Mae Rock Camp

Thursday, June 7, 6-8pm

Join participants from the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls Arts & Activism program at this podcast listening party to celebrate the work they’ve produced this year. These podcasts look at ways that participants want to ‘Disrupt!’ various systems; join us to diginto everything from colorism in communities of color, the Japanese idol industry, the role of white people in fighting racism, and so so so much more…!

Our Comics, Ourselves Comic Book Club

Saturday, June 9, 12-2pm

Do you read comics all the time and have insights you want to share and discuss with a group? Are you a critical thinker, and curious about the genre of comics? Join our Comic Book Club! Each month we’ll select one or two comics or graphic novels to read, and then come together for an exploratory, critical, and spirited discussion.

This month we’ll discuss Black AF: America’s Sweetheart, by Kwanza Osajyefo and The Hookah Girl and Other True Stories, by Marguerite Dabaie

Audio Interference 50: Center for the Study of Political Graphics

“It’s like we’re always reinventing the wheel, but some of these posters tell you what worked and what didn’t work a generation ago or more.” – Carol Wells

La Lutte Continue…The Struggle Continues …Lotta Continua…La Lucha Continúa…

April 29–May 26, 2018
Opening Sunday, April 29, 2-8pm

An exhibition and event series about the 50-year-legacy of the global uprisings in 1968.

The Sounds of 1968

Tuesday, May 22, 2018
6:30–9pm

A journey into politicized sound! Collective listening and discussion of vinyl records produced by and documenting 1968 movements, with music, experimental sound, field recordings, and radio reportage.

Archive That Comrade! Left Memory Politics, Toxic Fame, and the Populist Archive

Thursday, May 10, 2018
7pm

Author Phil Cohen and participants will look at recent controversies surrounding public memorials, monuments, and archives in both the UK and United States in order to discuss how far “the archive” can serve as a platform for dialogue and debate between different generations of activists in a culture that fetishizes the evanescent present, practices a profound amnesia about its past, and forecloses the sociological imagination of an alternative future?

May 1968 – May 2018

Saturday, May 12, 2018
12–10pm

Join us for a day-long gathering looking at the impact of the global uprisings of 1968 on our lives and communities in 2018.

Situationist Speakeasy

Friday, May 18, 2018
7-10pm

Come join Interference Archive and Common Notions Publishing for themed-drinks and snacks while we watch détourned and Situ-films, including Can Dialectics Break Bricks? (René Viénet, 1973), Society of the Spectacle (Guy Debord, 1973), and more.