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#RealNiggaOurs: Memes and Contemporary Culture (or "Curtis")

10 February - 14 April | Fridays, 7-9pm

Course Description

Registration for spring is now closed. If you have questions about registration, please email info@bhqfu.org.

#RealNiggaOurs is a online/irl course in which participants will practice critical analysis of contemporary culture through internet memes. The course will consist of discussions, lectures, and digital studio practice that center blackness as an incubator of culture: how it is forged, cultivated, and transmitted across media. The coursework will be very much dependent on the group’s interests and current events. The group will periodically publish content and the course will culminate in an archive.

Teacher

Pastiche Lumumba

Pastiche Lumumba is an artist, curator, writer, etc. He was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and raised in Houston, Tanzania, and Atlanta. His multidisciplinary work which examines the element of context and its effect on subjective experience has been exhibited nationally and internationally. In 2013, Pastiche founded The LOW Museum and has since served as executive director.

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