Artworks on view at the Museum right now touch on the role of art in activism and social change; the politics of race, history, and cultural identity; power, access and privilege; and more. As a platform for art that engages with pressing social issues, the Whitney Museum is committed to fostering dialogue and debate in these weekly sessions.
After seeing the exhibition Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018 explore them further by joining a Whitney Museum Teaching Fellow for an open discussion about the politics and ethics of representation.
Free with Museum admission.
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