See photos from Sharon Hayes' - the CAMS 2015 Artist in Residence - visit to JHU.
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Sharon Hayes is an artist and an associate professor at The Cooper Union in New York City. In her work, Hayes engages multiple mediums - video, performance, and installation - in ongoing investigation into specific interactions between history, politics, and speech. Her residency is April 9-19, 2015.
Sharon Hayes will visit JHU in October for six events. Sponsored and curated by CAMS and WGS.
Join us at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19 for a lecture by Dr. Robert Watkins, "Politics, Family, and Precarity Cinema in Winter's Bone." Dr. Watkins is an associate professor at Columbia College in Chicago where he teaches political theory and cultural studies.
Join us for "the lorelei, albatross, and pinetree," a collaborative performance by PARALLEL OCTAVE and MOVEIUS at the Arellano Theatre, under the glass pavilion in Levering Hall. Showtimes are 4 p.m. May 4 and 6 p.m. May 6. Visit www.paroct.com for more information.
The Baltimore Post-Examiner wrote an article on the recent screening event of, “Unmanned: America’s Drone Wars,” which was shown on the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Five visiting artists will be holding events here at JHU this spring. The events run from Feb. 18 to April 8.
Camille Henrot, the CAMS 2014 Artist in Residence, will host five events at JHU in March.
The 2014 session of the Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies is devoted to approaches in media analysis whose focus are the operations, procedures, and practices that constitute cultures. In distinction to approaches whose goal is a comprehensive media theory, the fourth Princeton-Weimar Summer School for Media Studies will map out what can be called the “practical turn“ in media analysis.
Johns Hopkins will host the kickoff event for An International Day of Screenings for John Greyson and Dr. Tarek Loubani. The event will be held at 9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7 in Gilman Hall 50, Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus. The program includes "Proteus" (2003) and excerpts from "Zero Patience" (1993) and "Lilies" (1996).