Agency for Critical Inquiry

A Conversation with Gloria Sutton
Performance, <i>Jacques the fatalist and his master</i>
Talk: Laylah Ali: John Brown Song!
Performance, <i>Ubu Roi redux</i>
Exhibition +  Performance, <i>Damon Krukowski:  NOT TO BE PLAYED</i>
Screening and Panel Discussion, Nat. Brut Issue Five Release
Karel Martens: Open Seminar
Natalie Czech: Open Seminar

A Conversation with Gloria Sutton

May 12, 2015

Performance, Jacques the fatalist and his master

Apr 24–26, 2015

Talk: Laylah Ali: John Brown Song!

May 6, 2015

Performance, Ubu Roi redux

March 26, 2015

Exhibition + Performance, Damon Krukowski: NOT TO BE PLAYED

October 8–25, 2015

Screening and Panel Discussion, Nat. Brut Issue Five Release

March 28, 2015

Karel Martens: Open Seminar

September 8, 2015

Natalie Czech: Open Seminar

A Critics Bouquet by Vanessa Desclaux for Marc Camille Chaimowicz, 2015

A small bouquet by Andrew Berardini, 2011.

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Agency for Critical Inquiry is a public forum that considers contemporary art as a source of knowledge about the world. This forum is host to informal discussions, slide shows, readings and performances where students, faculty and the general public study intersections of the visual arts with other disciplines. It is an open invitation to lead and attend events that delve deeper into ideas introduced by exhibitions, visiting artists or any topic that has our attention as a community. The intent is to bring our audiences closer for more informal, frequent, and intimate engagement with art and ideas at CCVA.

Agency for Critical Inquiry is a site for collective learning in the public realm.

Laylah Ali, Ulla von Brandenburg, Phil Collins, Natalie Czech, Harvard Dance Program, Harvard Film and Visual Studies, Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club, Damon Krukowski, Karel Martens, Nandipha Mntambo, Nat. Brut, Jean-Pascal, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Gloria Sutton, Alexander Wolff

Curator

James Voorhies

Institution

October 2014–ongoing

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
Harvard University
24 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA

Made possible with funding and staff of Harvard University's Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts