Join activist museum director Laura Raicovich—author of the new book CULTURE STRIKE: ART AND MUSEUMS IN AN AGE OF PROTEST—and Aruna D’Souza in conversation.
In CULTURE STRIKE, “Raicovich shows how art museums arose as colonial institutions bearing an ideology of neutrality that masks their role in upholding capitalist values. And she suggests how museums can be reinvented to serve better, public ends.”*
Following the online conversation, curators and writers Ken Chen, Dr. Kelli Morgan, and Helen Molesworth will respond in turn.
CULTURE STRIKE—LAURA RAICOVICH IN CONVERSATION WITH ARUNA D’SOUZA*
Brooklyn Public Library
Tuesday, June 15.
3:30 pm on the West Coast, 6:30 pm East Coast.
Above: Laura Raicovich, Culture Strike: Art and Museums in an Age of Protest (2021), cover image courtesy and © Verso. Below: Aruna D’Souza, Art, Race, & Protest in 3 Acts (2018), cover image courtesy and © Badlands Unlimited.