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Archive: May 2014


In solidarity with the Zapatistas and as part of their call to action, we had visitors to La Autonomia es la Vida exhibition take photos to participate the #Zapatistasnoestansolxs social media campaign. Here’s some of the images:

Weichanmu: the Mapuche struggle in Chile

Monday, June 2, 2014

Representatives from the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee will share a short documentary about the Mapuche conflict in Chile.  The first film in a series detailing the impact of the forestry industry in southern Chile, Weichanmu, translates as “we are going to war” in the indigenous Mapuche language.

La Jornada de Oriente: May 22, 2014

La muestra La Autonomía es la Vida, la Sumisión es la Muerte se inaugura hoy en NY en honor a los zapatistas Foto: colaboración gráfica de Bec Young para “La Autonomía es la Vida, la Sumisión es la Muerte” La noche de este jueves, un grupo de veinte artistas inaugurará la muestra “La Autonomía es | More »

La Jornada: May 22, 2014

Dedican a zapatistas muestra que se inaugurará hoy en Nueva York Por Hermann Bellinghausen, enviado San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis. Mientras en Brooklyn, Nueva York, un importante grupo de artistas inaugurará la noche de este jueves la muestra La Autonomía es la Vida, la Sumisión es la Muerte, en honor a los zapatistas de | More »

Digital Preservation at Interference

Wednesday May 28, 2014

Join Interference Archive for a discussion about how we’re starting to preserve digital media in addition to our posters, zines, and pamphlets.  As her M.A. capstone project, Bonnie Gordon has worked with the Born Digital & Digitization Working Group to implement an electronic records management plan and prepare Interference to collect born digital objects.  She’ll talk about the work she and the BDDWG have done in the past six months, as well as what digital preservation means for community archives.

The Zapatistas’ Revolution: 20 Years of Building Autonomy

Thursday, May 29, 2014

 Interference Archive will host a salon to celebrate the moment 20 years ago when the Zapatistas rose up to challenge the Mexican state and global capitalism, reminding us that “another world was possible.”

Art Making Change: Syllabus and Discussions

CLASS DESCRIPTION: Art transforms hearts, minds, and social movements. This class explores history around movement art. Art is used for social movements: from posters to protest signs, t-shirts to buttons, book covers to zine art. What are the overarching principles that tie this art together? Examining recurrent themes, production methods, and makers of political art | More »