NOTE: INFORMATION ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN UPDATED. READ OUR POST ABOUT IT HERE.
On June 12, 2020, CLIC’s Artist-in-Residence (AIR), Sarah Newman, will host a virtual interactive workshop that explores morality, ethics and art in the COVID era. Students, activists, artists and scholars are invited to participate in this fascinating and important discussion.
Throughout the two-hour workshop, Newman will guide participants through a series of questions, activities and readings to respond to questions such as, “Is liberty at odds with safety?”, “Is surveillance ever justified?”, “Who should be vaccinated first?” and more. This 2-hour Zoom workshop is ideal for participants interested in discussions at the intersections of art, law, ethics and technology. Results from this workshop will be included in the digital art exhibition of the same name, scheduled for Fall 2020.
To register, visit http://bit.ly/moral-labyrinth. Space is limited.
Event: Moral Labyrinth Virtual Workshop
Date: Friday June 12, 2020
Time: 12 – 2pm
Register at: http://bit.ly/moral-labyrinth
Deadline to register: June 10, 2020
****Space is limited****
About the AIR residency: CLIC’s yearlong residency program works with artists whose work provokes necessary questions about society, technology, art, and the law. It is designed to engage law students and the greater Northeastern community to imagine and reimagine the role and consequences of foundational ideas in the law.