Friday Feb 24th
The Public School Chinatown 951 Chung King Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90012
A presentation and discussion with Dan Wang about one of the most significant social movements to emerge from the United States in a generation. Come participate in a discussion about the prospects for the Wisconsin movement and what it means in the context of Occupy, the Arab Spring, labor unrest in China, and the European politics of austerity.
Dan S. Wang is a writer, artist, organizer, and printer living in Madison, Wisconsin. He teaches printmaking at Columbia College Chicago. His critical writings have been published in journals, exhibition catalogues, and book collections. He has lectured at The Contemporary Museum (Baltimore), Kansas City Art Institute, Salzburger Kunstverein, Art Institute of Chicago, Depot for Kunst and Diskussion (Vienna), Documenta 12 (Kassel, Germany), the Central Academy of Fine Arts (Beijing), and the third Creative Time Summit (New York).