When: Sat., May 14, 7-10 p.m. 2016

As a means to deconstruct the current immigration landscape in both local and global terms, the International School of the Americas (ISA) and Borderland Collective collaborated on an intensive art/research-based project during the 2015-2016 academic year. In this inquiry-based course, students analyzed the U.S.-Mexico border through multiple historical, theoretical and pragmatic contexts. Yet rather than simply consume, they unpacked these complex issues through photography, drawing, oral histories, journaling, writing and mapping projects.

Price: Free