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Week of 01/28/2018–02/03/2018

Who, or what, qualifies as a person? How does one gain specific rights in our society? How are ideas of personhood moralized, debated, and questioned through visualization and storytelling? This daylong… Professional Development Workshop for Educators
Join us for Family Day presented in conjunction with the exhibition “Anna Craycroft: Motion into Being,” on view at the New Museum from January 17 to May 13, 2018. Families will physically enter the… First Saturdays for Families: Tales of Animation

Week of 02/11/2018–02/17/2018

Join us for a conversation between artist Nathaniel Mellors and curator Margot Norton on the occasion of the exhibition “Nathaniel Mellors: Progressive Rocks.” In his fantastical and wryly comical… Nathaniel Mellors in Conversation with Curator Margot Norton

Week of 03/25/2018–03/31/2018

Bringing together leading scholars and cultural critics, this panel discussion will consider the legal and ethical implications of expanded definitions of personhood. Participants will explore issues tied… Beyond Human: Frameworks for Fundamental Rights

Week of 04/08/2018–04/14/2018

As part of Anna Craycroft’s exhibition and residency “Motion into Being,” presented during the Department of Education and Public Engagement’s Spring 2018 R&D Season: ANIMATION, artist Will… Persona Non Granted by Will Rawls
Join us for a screening and discussion with artist Sara Magenheimer and curator Margot Norton. This program is held in conjunction with Magenheimer’s video installation “NOON,” on view in the Storefront… Sara Magenheimer Screening and Conversation with Curator Margot…

Week of 05/06/2018–05/12/2018

Join us for the world premiere of Anna Craycroft’s stop-motion animation film, which the artist constructed by shooting new footage weekly in her exhibition “Motion into Being.” Craycroft is the… Toward an Ethics of Animation

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