< back to schedule

Educational Networks and Artistic Interventions: Mapping Invisible Knowledge

April 30, 2016
10:00am  -  11:30am
California Room

​This presentation/discussion will share several artistic projects that make visible hidden networks of power in education inside schools and in the public sphere. These case studies will serve as a springboard for dialogue about the role of mapping as an interventionist educational strategy. Activist mapping projects are counter-hegemonic as they create access to unseen networks and untold/unheard narratives. Some maps make public policy visible, while others show how power structures shape our everyday lives and in so doing, intervene to change the discourse and possibilities for education.

2016 — Oakland  Continuing OE