CHRA Announces Fall 2023 Public Program

By August 31, 2023No Comments

The OSUN Center for Human Rights and the Arts at Bard College (CHRA) is pleased to announce its Fall 2023 public programming. The new lineup, listed below, includes online and in-person talks by artists and activists from around the globe: Guadalupe Maravilla, New Red Order (co-hosted with Studio Arts at Bard), and Fehras Publishing (co-presented with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics); a sound installation and food gathering hosted by our current resident and teaching fellow Juliana Steiner; an artist presentation by visiting faculty Brian Lobel; and a microfestival of live art works by our first year MA students.

Poster with full schedule below. For more information about any of these events, please follow CHRA or visit

📷: Nelisiwe Xaba (from “Umhlaba Wolahleko,” curated by Boyzie Cekwana as part of CHRA’s 2022–23 art commissions for the Common Ground festival)

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